Social Justice

Muhammad Ali: The life of a child breadwinner in Pakistan

Psychosocial Support and Community WellnessSocial JusticeWorking with Children | Posted on October 6, 2023 | Author mJD7649

No one calls Muhammad Ali by just one of his names.  He is never just “Muhammad” or just  “Ali”, but always both names together “Muhammad Ali” like the American boxer.  His father named him after the famous American because that great man struggled from poverty […]


New Initiative Launched: Soul Force Education

Social Justice | Posted on November 5, 2020 | Author Pat Omidian

“We must meet the forces of hate with the power of love. We must meet physical force with soul force.” Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Soul Force Education helps leaders and their organizations understand and incorporate diversity, equity and inclusion. Through transformative learning experiences […]


Embodied Presence and Social Justice

Social Justice | Posted on June 12, 2020 | Author mJD7649

I am a white, middle-aged, middle-class woman living in the Pacific Northwest of the USA. I grew up in urban Detroit which is very diverse, and I have been aware to some extent of race and racism from a young age. I have an adopted […]


The Web of Social Justice

Social Justice | Posted on October 27, 2018 | Author mJD7649

This is one of nine articles from our recent Journal: Resilience Initiatives.  A donation of any amount will give you the complete e-Journal.  Please click here. I was attending a school committee meeting on racism led by the Superintendent and attended mostly by school personnel. […]


Tanya Williams and Diane Goodman Discuss Racial Equity and Liberation

Social Justice | Posted on July 1, 2018 | Author Diana Scalera

Systems of racism and  white supremacy must be transformed to allow for the liberation of all people.   It is important to look at how we are impacted by racism, as people of color, indigenous people and white people, including ways we are advantaged and […]


The Cost of Racism to White People and Why They Should Care about Racial Justice

Social Justice | Posted on August 30, 2017 | Author mJD7649

“I am not truly free if I am taking  away someone else’s freedom, just as surely as I cannot be free when my freedom is taken from me.  The oppressed and the oppressor alike are robbed of their humanity. Nelson Mandela Long Walk to Freedom, […]