"Jump for Justice Jamboree" Brings Community Together

By: Demetria McClenton Email
By: Demetria McClenton Email

Dozens of people marched in the streets of Dothan Saturday morning to promote social justice for all people.
The First Annual “Jump for Justice Jamboree” hosted by Pastor Kenneth Glasgow and T.O.P.S. (The Ordinary People’s Society) educate, foster, and inform the community.
The group marched from the Houston County Courthouse to the T.O.P.S. Empowerment Center on Lena Street.
The Jamboree featured local and state speakers along with food, music, and dancing.
"We've got to put the “neighbor” back in the “hood” and it will bring attention to the fact that we not only need jobs but we also have to continue to have opportunities,” said Minister Earl Wagner, National Coordinator of T.O.P.S.
For more information about T.O.P.S. call (334) 671-2882.


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  • by RT Location: Enterprise on Sep 5, 2010 at 08:18 AM
    "Social Justice" has become the slogan of the left. Taken from the communist movements in Central & South America of the 70s & 80s. Dropping out of school and then expecting a good job is the new "social justice". Redistribution of wealth is also a key tenet of social justice.
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