Journey for Justice

Journey for Justice

The NAACP’s Journey for Justice march will travel from Selma, Alabama to Washington D.C. this August and September, supported by Common Cause and civil rights, environmental, labor and faith-based groups. We are proud to support the NAACP’s call to show the entire nation that our lives, our votes, our jobs and our schools matter – and to help build an inclusive, responsive, and equal democracy for everyone. 

That's what democracy is about: equality. But we're not equal when people in power are more accountable to special interest donors than voters. We're not equal when partisan lawmakers deny our right to vote. And we're not equal when a broken system keeps too many of us from having a voice.

But with our voices united, we can fix this system. It is time, once again, to march.

Join us on the Journey for Justice!

Common Cause staff on the Journey for Justice

A Chance to March in Solidarity

August 18, 2015

Allegra Chapman, Director of Voting and Elections for Common Cause on her experience at America's Journey for Justice

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