We are excited to be at this next level with The Justice Project to offer our audience an engaging platform to share their causes. - Noah benShea, The Justice Project Executive Director
Santa Barbara, California (PRWEB) August 30, 2013
The Justice Project is happy to announce the launch of their newly redesigned website on August 14, 2013. The updated design highlights blog content collected from a range of local and international perspectives on educational, economic, environmental and social justice.
The Justice Project website has been fully redesigned in a magazine style with improved user-friendly functionality. The homepage now features recent blog posts from the four focused categories: educational, economic, environmental, and social justice. In addition, the website now integrates social media sharing throughout, making it easier for readers to engage and for all users to share news about justice related issues.
Furthermore, the new website highlights The Justice Project’s two new Just Causes programs. This includes the "What Justice Means to Me" video series, where individuals from all walks of life and high profile public figures describe what justice means to them, and the "A Book of My Own" program, an outreach initiative that enabled The Justice Project to provide free books to financially underprivileged children.
Speaking about these development steps in The Justice Project’s growth, Executive Director Noah benShea said the following: “We are excited to be at this next level with The Justice Project to offer our audience an engaging platform to share their causes. As with all things we do this new website improves upon our ability to make a just difference in educational, economic, environmental and social justice.”
About The Justice Project
The Justice Project is an interactive platform that initiates dialogue and broadcasts calls to action by lending an ear to, and giving a voice for, just causes. We don’t just dream, we make just dreams come true. To learn more, or to schedule an interview with Executive Director Noah benShea, please visit The Justice Project website http://ajustdifference.org, or engage socially on Facebook.