Ezrom’s Journey from Imprisonment to Empowerment

Ezrom Mokgakala was imprisoned along with Nelson Mandela at the height of the apartheid struggle in South Africa. He shared with me his lingering doubts about his ability to fully forgive. But I was utterly convinced that he surely survived the ordeal with unparalleled moral courage, dignity, resilience, and grace.

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A lush forest

Register: For the Love of Creation Campaign

For the Love of Creation For the Love of Creation’s faith-in-action campaign mobilizes people of faith across Canada to reduce household greenhouse gas emissions and demonstrate support for increased federal climate action. This campaign is modelled on the Lenten campaign Give it up for the Earth!, run by Citizens for Public Justice (CPJ) from 2017-2020….

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CPJ’s New Board Chair: An Interview With Cherilyn Spraakman

In the summer of 2020, CPJ’s Board of Directors elected Cherilyn Spraakman as its new chair. Cherilyn spoke with Brad Wassink about her new role as CPJ’s Board chair.

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A Public Justice House of Our Own

The dream of our own house is now a reality thanks to so many supporters and donors who have made it all possible.

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What does an inclusive just transition look like?

For many, a just transition is a way forward, but some of our thinking has left out the most marginalized voices in Canadian society.

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Seeking Justice: In the City, In the Church – Registration

Thank you for your interest in Seeking Justice: In the City, In the Church! The more, the merrier! Tell your friends about this event.

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“The Intern Exchange” is CPJ’s inaugural podcast where our interns exchange opinions, stories, and policy recommendations on issues they are personally passionate about!

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