17 Ways We Can Work Toward Justice for All

Nina M. Flores
Jun 29, 2015 · 4 min read

If you’re feeling inspired by the Supreme Court’s historic same-sex marriage decision, then do your part to help build and sustain forward momentum toward justice for all. Legalizing same-sex marriage is a huge victory, but it is not the finish line of justice. Inequality takes many forms, and people are still waiting on their ability to live freely, safely, or… just to live.

  1. Organize. Support community and issue-based organizations. Be part of front-end planning processes and not just the end-game celebrations. Help develop short-term and long-term strategies. Talk with activists and advocates to broaden and share understandings of equality and justice.

Nina M. Flores teaches in the Social & Cultural Analysis of Education program at California State University Long Beach, and is a PhD Candidate at UCLA’s Luskin School of Public Affairs. Reach out on twitter: @bellhookedme.

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