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    I Believe that Justice is for All not some.

    Deirdre Denise Dickson-Gilbert

    Justice of the Peace,
    Missouri City, Texas

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    Jared Guy Thomas

    U. S. Representative,
    West Lafayette, Indiana

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    I am not sure what Social justice means to you, it seems to mean something different to everyone. To me, social justice means treating everyone fair and no different than anyone else, I do not mean someone's innate feelings, thoughts, or particular writing of their beliefs, as long as it is not calling for and enacting violence, first hand.

    Tyler Scott Colford

    Senator,
    Jacksonville, Vermont

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    You cannot have a free society where access to justice is measured by the color of your skin. Whether it is unequal charging of crimes or unequal sentencing, we need to make sure our justice system works for all citizens. We've all seen the "use of deadly force" statistics broken down by race and we must see equal treatment not as a goal but as a fact.

    Vincent Casalaina

    Central Committee,
    Berkeley, California

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    I am proud of the fact that I have fought for social justice for the people for the past 15 years in the judicial system and will continue that fight in the Legislature if elected.

    Lenore Albert-Sheridan

    State Assembly,
    Huntington Beach

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    Social Justice is, ultimately, when a person receives fair and equitable access to all of society. The problem of systemic bigotry, be it against race, sexual orientation, identity or religious affiliation, is that it eliminates opportunities for those who are the targets of said bigotry. We must always hold social justice as an ideal to strive for.

    Nathaniel Sean Downes

    State Representative,
    Orting, Washington

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