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Who most represents the work of justice to you?

Yay, the monthly justice contests are back!

Post your answer here or any of our social media sites and win a nifty OneJustice water bottle.

You can win this nifty water bottle!  Post today!

You can win this nifty water bottle! Post today!

Ah, it’s fall!  All the law students are heading back to classes, the long days summers are over, and the leaves are turning (well, not really in most of California, but that’s ok, we can pretend). As we head into the fall season with all kinds of holidays and traditions (can you believe Turkey Day is just 3 months away?), we’re bringing back a special OneJustice tradition of our own – the monthly justice contest!

This month’s theme:  Please tell us the one person who most represents the work of – or the concept of – justice to YOU?

Please post: the person’s NAME and a SHORT EXPLANATION of why they represent “justice” to you.

Contest ends: Friday, September 6th.

Why should you enter: Well, we hope because it’s fun!  Maybe because you are procrastinating (which we’re happy to help you do)!  Alright, if that is not enough, we’ll sweeten the deal.  The winner (selected by OneJustice staff) will receive this nifty OneJustice water bottle.  Ok, now you can’t resist, right?

Where to post:  Well, right here on the blog is perfect – write it right up in a comment below.  You can also post your submission on our facebook, LinkedInTwitter, Instagram, and Pinterest.

Get ready, set, POST!  Thank you!

3 responses to “Who most represents the work of justice to you?

  1. Julia Wilson August 30, 2013 at 7:31 am

    Susan B. Anthony – icon of the women’s suffrage movement. Most poignant quote (for me): “Oh, if I could but live another century and see the fruition of all the work for women! There is so much yet to be done.”

  2. Stephen D. September 5, 2013 at 12:35 pm

    Dolores Huerta – for being the voice for many underrepresented communities!

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