If enough people work for justice, the world can be transformed - Randy Dobbs, Baha'i leader
Social justice is being mindful of the present and future impact of our actions - Buddhist Monk Bhante Chao Chu
Social justice means channeling our religious energy outwards - Rav Yosef Kanefsky, Orthodox Rabbi
These are the kinds of statements, and so much more, that we heard as we traveled around Los Angeles and spoke to my friends in the interfaith community. We asked them, what does social justice mean to you? How would you define it? How does your faith teach social justice? What we heard was inspired and inspiring.
Today, New Name Pictures, in partnership with Traveling Muse Pictures, is proud to announce the release of our second Public Service Announcement on the topic of faith and social justice. You can view the PSA at our new website, www.faithforjustice.com.
If social justice is central to your faith, please help us get the word out about this PSA by sharing it with your friends.
This is a companion discussion topic for the original entry at http://spectrummagazine.org/node/2363