The Centre for Social Justice

One night when I lived in my former house, a neighbour came door-to-door asking if I’d been out to vote in the federal election. I answered warily that I had, wondering what party he represented. He turned out to be David Langille of the Centre for Social Justice, explaining that he didn’t want me to vote for any particular party, just that I exercise my option.

The Centre has some interesting posters and workshops that they offer. They also have a York University partnership, and a “Students 4 Social Justice” program.


This reminds me of:
Poor-bashing: The Politics of Exclusion, the book by Jean Swanson
The National Anti-Poverty Organization


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