Justice Revival is a Christian non-profit organization working to inspire, educate, and mobilize Christian faith communities who wish to put their religious values into practice to create a more just society.
Justice Revival envisions a world where each person’s dignity and rights are respected, whatever one’s religion, nationality, race, ethnicity, gender or sexuality. Striving to achieve this vision, Justice Revival offers human rights educational programs from a theological perspective, while also remaining ecumenical and nonpartisan.
Interactive adult education programs provide participants with information on international laws and institutions that safeguard human rights, and challenge communities of faith to act on their Christian values by standing up for human rights in their own neighborhoods and beyond.
For more information, listen to a podcast interview with Justice Revival’s Founder and Director Allyson McKinney Timm in a conversation about her background as a human rights lawyer, how her spiritual path lead to the formation of Justice Revival, as well as opportunities for connection and collaboration for those inspired to respond to the call of justice.