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Four decades of fighting for justice

Since 1979, AFJ has been the leader in advocating for a fair and independent justice system, preserving access to the courts, and empowering people to advocate on behalf of the issues they believe in. AFJ’s strength is rooted in our membership of over 120 organizations who share a commitment to a justice, freedom, and equality.
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Alliance for Justice is a national association of over 120 organizations, representing a broad array of groups committed to progressive values and the creation of an equitable, just, and free society. Since 1979, AFJ has been the leader in advocating for a fair and independent justice system, preserving access to…
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Member Organizations

At Alliance for Justice’s founding, a handful of organizations came together to protect core constitutional rights. Forty years later, our strength remains rooted in our membership of more than 120 organizations. Diverse in their missions, members are united in their commitment to progressive values and the creation of an equitable, just, and free society. AFJ’s…
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Judicial Nominations

Every day, federal judges uphold the Constitution, place a check on overzealous legislatures, and help Americans find justice. AFJ’s Justice Program monitors and assesses federal judicial nominations to ensure our courts are staffed with highly qualified judges that will safeguard the rights of all, not just the wealthy and powerful.
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Bolder Advocacy

Bolder Advocacy promotes active engagement in the policy making process by giving nonprofits and foundations the confidence to speak out courageously and protecting their right to do so. Bolder Advocacy provides nonprofits with the knowledge they need to become confident advocates. Our staff attorneys conduct workshops and…
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Join the Fight Our courts are the last line of protection against an administration that is putting people’s lives at risk through its abusive and radical actions. It’s up to us to take a stand. Join the fight to ensure that our judiciary respects our constitutional rights and liberties. Check…
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Our Impact

AFJ has been a leader in galvanizing the largest and most diverse coalition of progressive advocates in our nation’s history and energizing millions of people from all walks of life to prioritize the courts. Our Bolder Advocacy program has trained thousands of nonprofits and foundations on how to advocate for their missions. Alliance for Justice is working toward a brighter and more just future. We hope you will join us.

Civil Rights Lawyers Feature In Latest Judicial Nominations Slate
President Biden has issued yet another slate of diverse and highly qualified nominees to be federal judges, as well as two local District of Columbia judges.

Federal Courts Play a Crucial Role in the Fight for AANHPI Equity and Equality
Asian American, Native Hawaiian, and Pacific Islander (AANHPI) communities have a long and consequential history in the U.S. It is imperative to continue raising awareness of the rise in violence against Asian Americans over the last year and emphasize the role the federal courts play in the fight for racial equality.

Ketanji Brown Jackson’s Confirmation Paves Way For More Appellate Nominees
With a bipartisan majority, the Senate voted today to confirm Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson to the United States Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit, often referred to as the “second highest court” in the country.

Highlighting the Civil Rights Advocates Nominated to the Federal Bench
President Biden and Senate Democrats have made it a priority to increase demographic and professional diversity on the federal bench. Explore them with us in this new blog post.