The necessity for the establishment of JUST is determined by the systemic oppression affecting every facet of our society. With each and every social and societal injustice, both new and old, advocacy and action are an immediate necessity.
The vocation of JUST is determined by an ingrained sense of civic duty to uplift, enrich, and provide assurance for marginalized communities.
We believe in unifying our neighborhoods through education and policy. We believe in the collective inclusion that results from racial equity. We seek to reach for racial and socioeconomic equity by dismantling the foundation of systemic racism upon which our systems are built; we aim to rebuild said systems with racial equity at the forefront. We believe that the empowerment of youth is the responsibility of every member of society; through mentorship and providing opportunities, we can empower the next generation to be altruistic leaders. We believe this development of visionaries and communities serves to create a safer and more supportive future with the efforts of positive growth.
We believe in the action needed to dismantle the systemic oppression affecting every facet of our society. Through these actions we can overcome the ever-present social and societal injustices.
We believe in Justice, Unity, and Social Transformation.
J.U.S.T builds consciousness by interacting with the surrounding community and giving them the necessary resources to survive. We simply believe in meeting people where they are at.
Bi-Weekly Community Serve
The community service is held twice a month at 2627 Sullivant Ave. The service provides many essential needs, such as food, clothing, books, hygiene items, and much more. The best part is that it's free and the perfect starting place for newcomers to join us in helping the community.
Upcoming Serve Schedule 2022 into 2023
Serves are held at 2627 Sullivant Ave. at noon. The setup usually starts at 11:35am. We recommend bringing some of the following items if you plan on giving back. (Winter List) Clothing (must be in good condition): socks, gloves, winter hats, coats; and non-perishable food items are all in high demand.
If you would like to sponsor a meal, the typical meal cost is $350 to serve 150 servings (2.33 per person)