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By Barking Rain Press
Barking Rain Press announced the paperback and eBook release of the social justice suspense novel, “Padre: The Narrowing Path” by Kansas City, Missouri author Jennifer Leeper.

By Earth Sentinels: The Storm Creators
"This compelling adventure shows that our struggles around the world are connected and that ordinary people have the power to change the world for the better." -- Dr. Margaret Flowers, Popular Resistance

By Marstons Mills Public Library
Award-winning author discusses his newest mystery release HEADLONG

By RENEW International
"La justicia brota de la fe," resource for Latino Catholics, recognized for excellence by the Association of Catholic Publishers (ACP).

By Ola's Humanitarian Division
US TO FACILITATE IMMEDIATE RELEASE OF OVER 200 CAPTURED      NIGERIAN GIRLS BY THE TERRORIST GROUP BOKO HARAM MILPITAS, CALIFORNIA:  MAY 9, 2014 Ola’s Coffee, Tea and Equip. Inc. is a specialty coffee roaster and tea manufacturer.

By Rated SR Socially Relevant Film Festival New York
Rated SR Socially Relevant Film Festival New York March 14-20 at the Quad Cinema

By Red Wind Councils
U.S. non-profit organization benefiting the indigenous Maya in Chiapas posts compelling updates on their in-depth website.

By Splinter Dance Company
Presented by the Center for the Study of Justice in Society at Seattle University

By Chester Children's Chorus
Popular chorus group kicks off local celebrations with a public performance at historic Calvary Baptist Church where Martin Luther King worshipped during his years at Crozer Theological Seminary

By American Conference on Diversity
NJ Students, Educators & Community Leaders to Participate in a Dynamic Social-Justice Dialog on Jan. 9

By Gather at the Table
CONTACT:    Sharon Morgan          Sharon@gatheratthetable.net          Travis Dagenais          TDagenais@beacon.org America Gathers at the Table for Racial Healing...

By NorCal Press
"March To Heal The Valley" will commence on October 7, 2013 and extend through the 10th of October in San Jose and Silicon Valley.

By Justice Matters
Pow-Wows and Picnics Transform Education in Albuquerque: Untold Stories from Schools that Rock

By Bennett & Hastings Publishing
“…some sort of transplanted, updated Voltaire, Dickens, Dostoyevsky, on the surface pretending like he’s just one of the alley-guys….” ―Hugh Fox for Small Press Review (founding member of the Pushcart Prize)

By Capita Conferences
Early Intervention for Troubled Families Friday 28th June 2013, Central London Chaired by Anne Longfield OBE, Chief Executive, 4Children About the event: With the publication of the Social Justice Strategy and the Social Justice Outcomes Framework in...

By Bullying Is The Pits
The creator of Pit Bull Kitty, Gene Aptaker of Knoxville, TN, is now looking to make connections within the corporate world in order to help put an end to the rising tide of bullying and domestic violence.

By Earthfolk Visions
Charged with "sabotage of the national defense" and sentenced to five years, inmate 8867-147's "Outlaw Visions" addresses the foremost question that threatens the planet: "Can we humans dwell peacefully and comfortably at home on the living Earth?"

By Community Partnership School
Students who attend Community Partnership School will receive stained glass windows created By Germantown High School Students in "The Stained Glass Project: Windows That Open Doors" at The Church of the Advocate on Friday, Jan 11, 2013.

By American Conference on Diversity
Educators, faculty, students & diversity professionals packed the room at “Who Has the Access C.O.D.E.? Positioning a Generation for the Best Careers, Opportunities, and Diversity Through Education” conference at Saint Peter's University in NJ.

By World Trust Educational Services
World Trust and Alameda County Health Care Services will be hosting a community film and dialogue event at the Grand Lake Theater on November 8th from 6:30-9pm. At the event, film clips will be braided with dialogue facilitated by Shakti Butler.

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By Miles High Productions
We at Sankofa.org, along with the rest of the world, have been riveted and dismayed upon witnessing the blatant oppression in Ferguson, MO of people, mostly Black Americans

By Barking Rain Press
Barking Rain Press announced the paperback and eBook release of the social justice suspense novel, “Padre: The Narrowing Path” by Kansas City, Missouri author Jennifer Leeper.

By Earth Sentinels: The Storm Creators
"This compelling adventure shows that our struggles around the world are connected and that ordinary people have the power to change the world for the better." -- Dr. Margaret Flowers, Popular Resistance

By Marstons Mills Public Library
Award-winning author discusses his newest mystery release HEADLONG

By RENEW International
"La justicia brota de la fe," resource for Latino Catholics, recognized for excellence by the Association of Catholic Publishers (ACP).

By Ola's Humanitarian Division
US TO FACILITATE IMMEDIATE RELEASE OF OVER 200 CAPTURED      NIGERIAN GIRLS BY THE TERRORIST GROUP BOKO HARAM MILPITAS, CALIFORNIA:  MAY 9, 2014 Ola’s Coffee, Tea and Equip. Inc. is a specialty coffee roaster and tea manufacturer.

By The Chester Fund for Education and the Arts
Parents at Chester Charter School for the Arts examine best parenting styles for academic success with author and educational researcher, Hilary Beard

By Rated SR Socially Relevant Film Festival New York
Rated SR Socially Relevant Film Festival New York March 14-20 at the Quad Cinema

By Red Wind Councils
U.S. non-profit organization benefiting the indigenous Maya in Chiapas posts compelling updates on their in-depth website.

By Splinter Dance Company
Presented by the Center for the Study of Justice in Society at Seattle University

By Chester Children's Chorus
Popular chorus group kicks off local celebrations with a public performance at historic Calvary Baptist Church where Martin Luther King worshipped during his years at Crozer Theological Seminary

By American Conference on Diversity
NJ Students, Educators & Community Leaders to Participate in a Dynamic Social-Justice Dialog on Jan. 9

By Gather at the Table
CONTACT:    Sharon Morgan          Sharon@gatheratthetable.net          Travis Dagenais          TDagenais@beacon.org America Gathers at the Table for Racial Healing...

By NorCal Press
"March To Heal The Valley" will commence on October 7, 2013 and extend through the 10th of October in San Jose and Silicon Valley.

By Justice Matters
Pow-Wows and Picnics Transform Education in Albuquerque: Untold Stories from Schools that Rock

By Pleiades Gallery
"TRUTH TO POWER: Communicating Messages of Social Justice Through Visual Art” is a juried group show, open to NC artists, focusing on matters of social justice. Guest Juror, NC State Senator Mike Woodard.

By Bennett & Hastings Publishing
“…some sort of transplanted, updated Voltaire, Dickens, Dostoyevsky, on the surface pretending like he’s just one of the alley-guys….” ―Hugh Fox for Small Press Review (founding member of the Pushcart Prize)

By Capita Conferences
Early Intervention for Troubled Families Friday 28th June 2013, Central London Chaired by Anne Longfield OBE, Chief Executive, 4Children About the event: With the publication of the Social Justice Strategy and the Social Justice Outcomes Framework in...

By Dialogue Inc and ReEnchant Planet Earth
Is blood thicker than water?   Is the United States system of adoption supporting a more evolved culture and our current sophistication in the electronic age, our level of education and our need to belong?  In 2011 there were 104,236 children...

By American Conference on Diversity
Nearly 50 future leaders from Central/Southern New Jersey High Schools broke out of their comfort zones and attended a series of human-relations workshops as part of the American Conference on Diversity’s signature 2013...

By Bullying Is The Pits
The creator of Pit Bull Kitty, Gene Aptaker of Knoxville, TN, is now looking to make connections within the corporate world in order to help put an end to the rising tide of bullying and domestic violence.

By Earthfolk Visions
Charged with "sabotage of the national defense" and sentenced to five years, inmate 8867-147's "Outlaw Visions" addresses the foremost question that threatens the planet: "Can we humans dwell peacefully and comfortably at home on the living Earth?"

By POWER: An Interfaith Movement
POWER, a multi-racial, multi-faith advocacy group, will host "Dignity of Work: A Service of Celebration and Action" to promote local hiring and living wage enforcement at the Philadelphia International Airport.

By Community Partnership School
Students who attend Community Partnership School will receive stained glass windows created By Germantown High School Students in "The Stained Glass Project: Windows That Open Doors" at The Church of the Advocate on Friday, Jan 11, 2013.

By stephen c simms
6 yr Eng. teacher/MBA's novel about social justice and economic fairness hits home with many outside the United States! Apparently, ending classism, profiling, wage slavery, & reforming education and American politics is pivotal to readers worldwide!

By American Conference on Diversity
Educators, faculty, students & diversity professionals packed the room at “Who Has the Access C.O.D.E.? Positioning a Generation for the Best Careers, Opportunities, and Diversity Through Education” conference at Saint Peter's University in NJ.

By Strategic Book Rights Publishing Agency
Political stunner calling for Social Justice in US and worldwide highlights how 'average joes' and 'average janes' can improve worldwide living conditions! Geo-Shifting: Social Cause Games is the latest teen/adult inspirational novel in bookstores

By Gather at the Table
Gather at the Table book tour stop at DuSable Museum in Chicago

By World Trust Educational Services
World Trust and Alameda County Health Care Services will be hosting a community film and dialogue event at the Grand Lake Theater on November 8th from 6:30-9pm. At the event, film clips will be braided with dialogue facilitated by Shakti Butler.

By World Trust Educational Services
Cracking the Codes: The System of Racial Inequity is in Boston for a community film/dialogue event on Tuesday, October 23rd at The Strand Theater. The film includes personal accounts from 23 leaders in the racial equity movement and original music.

By Epical Media
Epical Media announces the release of Sean C. Sousa's debut science fiction novel, "The Forever Saga: Flash," on October 1st, 2012. The novel tells a compelling story that seeks to inspire positive social change.

By American Conference on Diversity
The American Conference on Diversity Greater Bergen Chapter is pleased to announce the 2012 Humanitarian Awards honorees, who will be recognized at the Annual Humanitarian Awards Breakfast October 25 at Fairleigh Dickinson University.

By World Trust Educational Services, Inc
New Racial Equity Film begins U.S. Tour. Film clips will be braided with dialogue facilitated by Shakti Butler. The event is ideal for people yearning for social change yet wary of conversation about race.

By http.//www.Jacciturner.com
Reno Nevada, August 2012 Author and resident, Jacci Turner, has published “The Birthright Series,” a three book YA series. The first book in the series, The Cage, is free through August: Smashwords.com.

By The Book Band
State Organs is a collection of essays about the practice of illegal, forced organ harvesting of prisoners in China, including Falun Gong members who are prisoners of conscience.

By The Blyth Institute
This past weekend, scholars from around the country joined together across disciplines to discuss how engineering, philosophy, and theology might influence each other. The conference was co-hosted by Oral Roberts University and The Blyth Institute.

By Strategic Book Group
"The Pursuit of the Dragon Fly, Democracy on Trial – The Green Years" concludes author Timothy K. Fitzgerald’s unusual trilogy.

By Sisters of Notre Dame de Namur
With limited resources for their own upkeep, Sisters of Notre Dame de Namur across the globe feed, clothe, protect and educate destitute children. Encouraging these children to embrace and celebrate their lives is integral to the Sisters' mission.

By God's Children Ministries
Since the January 12 earthquake, Jordan has sent two C130 aircraft with relief supplies to assist international efforts.

By Booktrope
Youth advocacy group 61 Strong and St. Louis author Heather Huffman host event to raise awareness of the North Korean human rights crisis

By Kali Chan
Two young women from Adelphi receive a scholarship for their activism and social justice work in the name of the late Sue Levering.

By Dominique Andre
JVK Operations Workers Choose United Food And Commercial Workers Union Local 348 For A Union Voice On The Job and comment on their working condition at JVK, and about their overall level of satisfaction with their employment with the company.

By Booktrope
Popular Romantic Suspense Author Brings Signature “Leave Your Mark” graffiti parties to Atlanta during Human Trafficking Awareness Month to engage readers in cause

By LOHAS Asia
LOHAS Asia, an organisation dedicated to lifestyles of health and sustainability, will host an exciting networking and marketing forum in Singapore from 28 February to 1 March 2012. More than 400 LOHAS businesses are expected to participate.

By Bruce Varney
Brian Pautz, a local Christian leader, is selected as executive director of local affiliate of Love INC

By Leslie Patterson-Tyler - TylerMadepr.com
Also on hand: New Jersey's Rev. Reginald T. Jackson, pioneer in fight to end racial profiling by police, Rev. Dr. Obery Hendricks scholar and past president of Payne Seminary, and musical selections by the Cheyney University Concert Choir

By University of Missouri–Continuing Education
Exploring roles of science in addressing critical urban problems of sustainability, preservation, health, social justice and security

By Linfield College
I didn’t see it coming, but Oregon Sen. Mark Hatfield changed my life. His death Sunday took me back to those days and made me long for the return of statesmen — of those rare politicians who act on principles, not political gamesmanship.

By Mahogany Communications
Fashion Designer and Dancer Tamika Haywood to Unleash her Musical Talents

By Forward Thinking Museum
Via conservation photography, Faces of Chelonia (FOC) educates the public about the plight of sea turtles while advocating for initiatives to safeguard them.



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