National Association for Equal Justice In America

"NAEJA"


HISTORY

National Association for Equal Justice In America (NAEJA) was founded by Royce W. Esters of California. NAEJA received the Seal of the State of California on September 11, 1997, and was officially recognized as a charitable, non-profit organization, with a 501(c)3 status on May 20, 1998.

PURPOSE

  • to eliminate racial discrimination and segregation from all aspects of public life;

  • to seek justice in the courts;

  • to secure the best educational opportunities for minorities;

  • to monitor fair and equal job opportunities and promotions for all minorities, based on an individuals merit, without regards to race, creed, religion or national origin;

  • to promote an open dialogue among the diverse populations within the communities, and;

  • to counteract any traces of mob violence and signs of police brutality.

 

NAEJA is open to community problems. Health issues, such as environmental racism will be monitored. Job Discrimination, labor and industry and sexual harassment will also be monitored and investigated.

NAEJA will not endorse political candidates; however, political issues will be addressed and monitoring of public officials will be encouraged.

NAEJA is seeking to promote a just society for all people.

"NAEJA COMMITTEES"

Community Liaison * Prison * Education * Fundraising * Legal Redress * Membership * Labor & Industry * Youth Work * Political Action Press & Publicity * Housing * Armed Services and Veterans * Anti-Crime

 

JOIN THE FIGHT FOR JUSTICE

Membership Application


NAEJA Region II

Sandra Page - Regional Representative (972) 780-7663

Texas - Oklahoma - New Mexico - Louisiana - Arkansas


NAEJA Region III

Irene Nelson - Regional Representative (410) 280-8641

Maryland - District of Columbia - Virginia - Pennsylvania


Our Address is:

NAEJA

P.O. Box 663

Compton, California 90223

Telephone (310)608-5878

Copyright 1999 NAEJA

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