Category Archives: Development

The California Endowment Awards $200,000 Grant to EJS to Remedy Disparate School Discipline

The California Endowment has awarded a $200,000 grant to the Equal Justice Society to improve the social and emotional health of youth by reducing the use of harsh discipline and increasing the use of positive, trauma-responsive practices throughout California. The grant will allow EJS to explore the development of a statewide network of schools model […]
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Ambassador Jim Hormel, Quinn Delaney Have a Challenge for Us

Spring is upon us, the sun is shining and I am pleased to share exciting news. For over a decade, the Equal Justice Society has been at the forefront of innovative legal thought leadership about racial inequality. We think about race, talk about race and fight for racial equality because – like you – we […]
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#GivingTuesday 2013 and Our Wall of Thanks

As an official partner of #GivingTuesday, the Equal Justice Society was proud to join the nation on December 3, 2013, in a day of giving. All of us here at the Equal Justice Society want to also say THANK YOU for sharing your spirit of generosity with us throughout the year. From grant awards to event […]
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EJS Gala Caps Off Incredible 2008

All of us at EJS want to thank everyone for attending our annual gala last night at The Regency Center in San Francisco. We’ll be posting more incredible photos (like the one above of Eva Paterson and the band Unintended Consequences) taken by Shu-Jon Mao.