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Act for Justice

AFJ is a student group on the campus of Michigan State University that seeks to educate ourselves and others about issues of equality and justice through interactive theater and performance.

Location: East Lansing, MI
Members: 12
Latest Activity: Jun 4, 2012

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Comment by Prof. Dr. Yogendra Yadav on February 4, 2012 at 9:49pm

I am a gandhian scholor. Beliving on the phelosphy of Mahatma Gandhi. I think, every activity, which he had done, are act for justice. I think, it is a special type of group, which wil complete their responsbiliy in a manner of truth.

Comment by Rebecca Farnum on January 18, 2011 at 7:14am
"Act for Justice" wishes everyone a Happy MLK Weekend!  The group was involved in the commemorative celebration at Michigan State University, performing a Speech Choir at our Museum highlighting an exhibit titled "Evolutionary Artifacts" that addresses cultural heritage and self narrative.  We also sponsored a High School Case Competition at our university's Student Leadership Conference, where local youth presented about people or groups they believed exemplified the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and his commitment to social justice.
Comment by Rebecca Farnum on April 9, 2009 at 5:52am
"Act for Justice" has had a great year! We performed a speech choir on MLK Day in the University's Museum, sharing quotations from MLK's "I Have a Dream" and "I Have Been to the Mountaintop," Langston Hughes' "Dream Deferred" and "Let American be America," and Barack Obama's election acceptance speech. AFJ also won the 2009 Multicultural Heroes Hall of Fame Case Competition.
Comment by pardip kumar on April 9, 2009 at 5:35am

I hope you are well, I would be interested to find out more about your work, I am a actor based in Birmingham, England. I also do workshops and school work, I have recently finished doing a tribute to Martin Luther King in a school for children with learning difficulities, they put on a great piece to pay tribiute to Martin Luther King, the performance included pieces from Rosa Parks bus boycott, lunch counter sit in & parts from the "I have a dream" speech, I wish you all the best in your work.

Comment by Rebecca Farnum on October 21, 2008 at 8:36pm
AFJ will be debuting Wednesday, October 22, 2008 on MSU's campus. We will be presenting dialogue-starters on white privilege for the MLK: Equality and Justice Traveling Chautauqua. The President of the University will be in attendance.

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