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Justice Party

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Berenice Gonzalez

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Transcript of Justice Party

Historical Background
Party Philosophy
Persuasive Piece
Mascots
Current Issues
Famous People
The Justice Party was formed in late 2011. It was also created to change the American social, economic, and political system into a more just and equitable one.
Her name is Lady Justice. She holds a scale in her right hand and is blindfolded. She symbolizes the fair and equal administration of the law, without corruption, avarice, prejudice, or favor. The scale represents the fairness she has on both sides. The blindfold represents the objectivel decision.
The Justice Party has many core values and a specific vision that promote justice for the nation. The parties beliefs consist of three main envisions.


Social Justice
– Protects the civil and human right of every person, gives everyone the right to a good education from childhood through college, provides great and affordable health care for every person, and gives the people the right to control the government, not by wealthy corporations or individuals, truly by the people.


Economic Justice
– Economy is regulated for all the members of society by eliminating poverty, and providing opportunities for prosperity for all individuals.


Environmental Justice
– Promotes a healthy environment where nature is protected and preserved.


Justice is what we want!!
We are the warriors for human rights!!
Justice is what we want!!
We stand together side by side!!

Justice the seek of equality
No matter race of nationality
Integrity, we are sincere
This is our anthem so listen clear!

Justice is what we want
We are the warriors for human rights
Justice is what we want
We stand together side by side


Ground Invasion of Gaza
The Justice Party of America opposes the recent bombing and ground invasion of Gaza by the Israeli military. They support and immediate withdrawal of Israel's ground forces from Gaza and a ceasefire by both Hamas and Israel, and they are looking for different solutions to stop all this violence. They are trying to help all the Palestinians who are in trouble. They are trying to contact the Israeli government to permanently respect the equality and basic human rights of all Palestinians.

Raise the Minimum Wage
The Justice Party is currently seeking ways to fix the economy, looking for solutions so all Americans can be okay with the money that they earn. The Center for the Study of Responsive Law, Time For A Raise, a campaign to increase the federal minimum wage as a way to help people out of poverty and improve the economy as a whole.

Ferguson
The Justice Party stands side by side with the people of Ferguson and is all for protesting for the loss of Michael Brown. The Justice Party calls on all the people who protest the spectrum of inequities and the Ferguson police department and law enforcement agencies due to the belief of reducing unnecessary deaths of citizens and police officers with proper training. As a society we must change the current status of poverty and inadequacy to prevent this type of event to become something normal.

Luis J. Rodriguez

Luis J. Rodriguez has spent forty years as a revolutionary activist, writer and thinker impacting the Chicano and Native Peoples movement as well as labor (he took part in the largest union representation election in U.S. history), in urban peace (participating in gang peace truces in Los Angeles, Chicago, other cities and in El Salvador), against U.S. wars (having been arrested in the largest protest against the Vietnam War by a community of color) and in the arts (co-founder of Tia Chucha's Centro Cultural & Bookstore in the Northeast San Fernando Valley section of Los Angeles).

 "It Calls You Back: An Odyssey Through Love, Addiction, Revolutions, and Healing."

Lenny Brody

“ It should be clear that the United States has entered a classic political crisis.”
Lenny Brody has been politically active for 50 years fighting in the interests of poor and working class people. He was involved in the civil rights movement in South Carolina and the anti Vietnam War protests during the 1960s. Since that time he has studied economics and theories of political change while continuing his political activism. Mr. Brody is working with the Chicago chapter of Progressive Democrats of America to build an independent political movement that will fight for and empower the victims of the current economic crisis.
Luis Aguilar

Litza Contreras

Stephanie Zavala

Berenice Gonzalez

Justice Party
Justice Party
"Economic, Environmental,
and Social Justice for all."
In order to back up these envisions the Justice party contains a set
of core values which guide the behavior of the members of the
Justice party.


Justice
– Be fair, compassionate, and responsible.

Integrity
– Do the right thing.

Respect
– Be respectful to all people.

Transparency
– Be honest, thorough, and transparent.

Collaboration
– Be helpful through communication and cooperation.

Rationality
– Make decisions based on facts and reason.

Farsightedness
– Consider the long term effect of things.

Human Rights
– Respect individual freedoms and rights.

Rule of Law
– Apply the law equally.
Laura Bonham


“Nothing will change if we don't come together.  We need to keep building a people-powered movement and establish an electoral arm to represent it.
The Justice Party can fill the electoral need.” Laura
Bonham is a political and community organizer
who has served as the Vice President
of the Coalville Area Business Association
and as the Chairperson of the Coalville City
Planning Commission.

Jonathan Ruga

Jonathan M. Ruga, M.B.A., C.P.A., J.D., is the Chief Executive Officer of Sentry Financial Corporation, which he co-founded in 1986, and leads the Real Estate Division and the Private Equity Division, and co-leads the Equipment Financing Division. 



Rocky Anderson

After serving two terms as Mayor of Salt Lake City, Utah, Rocky declined to run for a third term and, instead, devoted himself to educating, motivating, and mobilizing people to take action to stop human rights abuses. Anderson recognizes the importance of people at the grassroots level advocating and pushing for change. He has stated, "We keep expecting elected officials will do the right thing, and the fact is they never do unless they're pushed."  On January 13, 2012, Anderson accepted the presidential nomination of the Justice Party, a new national political party.
Respect, live and let live
This is our nation and we are free
Transparency, clear as the sky
For an injustice no one shall die

Justice is what we want
We are the warriors for human rights
Justice is what we seek
We are the people that strengthen the weak

We will reach justice
Integrity, transparency, rationality
These are our values the ones we have within
We fight for our rights
We strive for clear skies
Even if trying we are to die.
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