WASHINGTON, D.C., January 15, 2020 – Alliance for Justice is proud to announce the unveiling of its brand-new website at afj.org, which highlights the pillars of our programming: Justice and Bolder Advocacy. It ensures that visitors can easily access the wealth of resources we provide about the courts and judges as well as how nonprofits engage in advocacy and how foundations can support them.
In particular, visitors to the site can now explore AFJ’s research on judicial nominees by filtering by nominee or issue. Our products can also now be sorted by format, making it easy to find the report, article, or blog post that will be most useful.
Nonprofits and foundations will likewise have a fresh experience as they explore our Bolder Advocacy program. Some of the most extraordinary achievements in recent decades — marriage equality, access to health care, raising the minimum wage, protecting young immigrants — have come about because nonprofits took their rightful place at the policymaking table, and foundations were generously willing to fund their advocacy. Our new website makes it even easier to take the first steps toward making a difference in our communities and across our country.
The website will also make it easier to keep up-to-date on the latest news affecting our courts and the latest developments from our programs like Access to Justice and Building the Bench. Whatever is happening in the news, AFJ will keep visitors in the know about how it impacts our courts, how it affects nonprofit and foundation advocacy, and most importantly, how people can get involved.
“AFJ is committed to ensuring that all people have equal access to the legal system, which means our website must be just as easy to navigate,” Alliance for Justice President Nan Aron said. “For 40 years, AFJ has been a leader in galvanizing the largest and most diverse coalition of progressive advocates in our nation’s history. We hope this new website will help even more people feel like they can be a part of our effort to build a brighter and more just future.”