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Mission Statement

Pursuing systemic change to build a more just society.

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The Public Justice Center (PJC) is a non-profit legal advocacy organization, founded in Maryland in 1985, that seeks to enforce and expand the rights of people who are denied justice because of their economic status or because of discrimination. We select and design our cases and projects to advance our mission of pursuing systemic change to build a more just society. The PJC's current focus areas include the representation of low-income tenants, low-wage workers, immigrants, prisoners, homeless children, and people needing medical assistance.

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http://www.publicjustice.org

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