As many of you have probably perceived, the way I try to “compose justice” is by creating space for people’s voices (spoken or otherwise) to be heard, especially if those voices have been previously ignored or marginalized.
I know many of those who are connected with me on social media -- and those who may just happen upon this blog -- are also interested in “composing justice.”
I would be glad to post on this blog your brief stories of you or someone you admire “composing justice,” for my edification/reflection as well as that of my readers. One or two paragraphs, please, and please feel free to send an image as long as you have permission to have it posted.
Just for fun, I will be delighted to give away one of Cal’s “compose justice” T-shirts (or any one of the T-shirts that are currently available through his Bonfire store) to the first five people who send me “composing justice” stories that I decide to share on the blog. (The "compose justice" T-shirt may or may not be available after March 14, so act fast!) You can use the “contact” form on this web site to send me your story; if you do want to include an image I’ll reach out to you to tell you how to send it to me. Please let me know which T-shirt you would like, the color, and the size. Thanks!