IMG 5974cropped2In the 1960s, men and women boarded buses to draw attention to the racial discrimination of segregation. They called these Freedom Rides. Inspired by this legacy, young defenders are boarding buses to expose the age-based discrimination of abortion. We call these Justice Rides.

The next Justice Ride departs this summer. Watch the video!

Who: Activists from across America going on the road to expose the truth about abortion
What: Justice Rides like the Freedom Rides of old—standing against discrimination, creating media to spark conversation about injustice, and unifying a team of 21st century defenders  
Where: Downtown squares in cities to be announced
When: Jul 12-20, 2014. 

Join us! More details are available here. Or click here to download an application. Deadline to apply: May 30, 2014. Email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. with questions.

We are a movement, not just a cause.

In a PBS interview, white civil rights activist James Zwerg said:

"To me it was a movement . . . I sensed a power far greater than any one individual member. Since then I understand that the term is synergism, that the power of many is far greater than any individual."

James Zwerg understood that fighting for civil rights for African Americans was far more than a cause. It was a movement.

The civil rights effort was a movement because it rallied people together who were willing to be persecuted for the cause of ending racial injustice. What separated the civil rights movement from many other causes was the fact that activists were willing to live radical lives to expose injustice.

What makes Created Equal a movement is that we are an organized, mobilized generation choosing to live differently to protect the weak and defenseless by drawing strength and inspiration from one another.

Read more: Who is Created Equal?








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