The Justice Project Writing Competition was targeted to students across the country but drew an international response.
Santa Barbara, California (PRWEB) April 30, 2013
The Justice Project announced on April 16, 2013 three winners of their Writing Competition. http://ajustdifference.org/writing-competition/ The Justice Project Writing Competition was targeted to students across the country but drew an international response. Each essay ranged from theoretical digression on the definition of justice to a utilitarian solution that could remedy an environmental, educational, economic or social injustice.
The first place winner is Larry Davidson for his essay titled “Relevance of Social Justice,” the second place winner is Ted Goshorn for his essay titled “Levitical Law as the Basis for Modern Economic Justice,” and the third place winner is Johannes Kleiner for his essay titled “Empathy Gone Nature, a Paradigm Shift.” Each of the winners were given cash prizes for their essays, the first place received $750, second place $500 and third place $250. Beginning this week The Justice Project will feature one of these winning essays for the next three weeks on their website.
“We are honored to promote student involvement in educational, economic, environmental and social justice, and to give these students an opportunity to let their voice be heard,” stated Noah benShea, Executive Director of The Justice Project.
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. To learn more, or to schedule an interview with Executive Director Noah benShea visit The Justice Project website http://ajustdifference.org/, or engage socially on Facebook.