What's Your Resolution for Justice?

Make a resolution of justice for 2016. Whether it’s fighting for $15 with low-wage workers, standing against police violence with #BlackLivesMatter, or pushing for a public postal bank, we’ll work with you for a better future. New beginnings are new opportunities for change. 


And we’re hoping you’ll continue to inspire us. That’s why we want your resolution for justice. We’ll use them to shape our strategy in the new year. Your work and ideas fill our hearts and minds with hope.

Leave your resolution in the comment box below!

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  • Virginia J. Kennedy
    commented 2018-02-19 09:26:40 -0500
    I stand up for woman empowerment; we should raise our voice towards woman empowerment. Many famous writers raised the topic and woman want equal rights. I will take the help of your site to express my views.
  • lisa david
    commented 2017-02-23 00:15:08 -0500
    i just came on your blog and love your thoughts. all this is amazing. i really like it. i think we must set same resolution for 2017.
  • Matilda Swildon
    commented 2016-03-31 09:54:37 -0400
    I agree that peace should be high on the agenda but I don’t think this is realistic. for 2016.
  • Narender Sharma
    commented 2016-03-13 22:44:21 -0400
    For me, peace is something that I love the most. I hope it will be achieved soon.
  • Matilda Swildon
    commented 2016-02-20 09:17:01 -0500
    My new year resolution is to fight the injustice of immigrants in Syria, who are not getting the peace they deserve so much right now.
  • Stephen Wheeler
    commented 2016-01-07 05:13:33 -0500
    My new year resolution is to make the minimum labor wages of a worker must be start from $20. Plus it is essential to give justice to the black community brothers and sisters.


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