Symbols of justice appear everywhere:
the scales of justice,
the marble pillars or steps of a courthouse,
a judge’s gavel.
What does justice look like to you?
What does justice look like to someone else?
Does justice look and feel the same to everyone? Should it?
Have you ever thought about these questions before?
Asking the difficult questions about what justice looks like, this is what The Justice Library is dedicated to. The Justice Library seeks to encourage and foster a conversation, to challenge what you think you know about justice in America and around the world. The resources and content included here are intended to provide you with the tools to think about what justice is and who, if anyone, actually receives it and ways to get involved to make “justice for all” a reality and not just a slogan.