Justice means fairness. It means equality. It means being treated equally under our criminal and civil court systems.
Justice does not guarantee an outcome—it merely demands that the playing field be level for all who enter and participate.
Planet Us works hard to ensure that all receive justice, and fair treatment. Work with US!
Not Everyone Enjoys Equal Justice
We have children and women being sold into slavery—even sexual slavery. We have many who have accumulated power who now use that power to afflict the less powerful and take more than their fair share of our limited resources. We have many who are treated as second class citizens—in our economy, housing, education, institutions and households. Many are imprisoned under circumstances where others receive lighter penalties.
Planet Us seeks to eliminate all disparities in our society. This can only be accomplished through diligence and perseverance. We ask all members of Planet Us to ensure that all they encounter and deal with are treated fairly and justly by themselves, and by all within their power. We also ask that everyone participate in ensuring that laws and regulations are just and fair, and equitably administered.
Areas of Justice that We Vigorously Pursue
Social Justice — This is equal rights and equitable opportunities for everyone—regardless of race, gender, religion, ethnicity, economic background, etc.
Racial Justice — Planet Us strives to create a world where “we the people” truly means all of us—this means dismantling systemic racism and working to repair centuries of harm inflicted on communities of color.
Gender Justice — Every day, in every country in the world, women are confronted by discrimination and inequality. They face violence, abuse and unequal treatment at home, at work and in their wider communities—and are denied opportunities to learn, to earn and to lead.
Climate Justice — Climate is about more than just the environment, although that is an existential threat to all humanity. It’s about everyone and everything. Our planet is changing faster than anyone could have predicted. Freshwater supplies are shrinking, agricultural yields are dropping, our forests are burning; and rising oceans are growing more acidic—all due to a warming climate. As our natural world changes around us, so does our way of life, and no one is more effected than the poor and indigenous.