In this blog post post, we are going to discuss what does equal justice under the law means. The Supreme Court building in Washington, D.C., which has the phrase “Equal Justice Under Law” inscribed on it at its top, is a vastly impressive structure. Along with this slogan being written across one side of the roof are four words that make up what democracy and freedom stand for: The Rule Of Law – demanding people to be treated equally as enshrined by our Constitution’s 14th Amendment, along with the 13th and 15th Amendments (which all related to ending slavery).
The Constitution grants citizenship to all persons born or naturalized in this country; it declares that states may not deny any person life, liberty, property without due process of law and equal protection under the laws. It is with so much sorrowthat we see those fundamental rights being denied to Black Community.
It’s shocking and incomprehensible how these terrible events still happen today-in 2020!
“We stand in solidarity with the Black Community.”
We stand in solidarity with the Black Community seeking justice, peace, and a chance to live without fear. It’s an inherent human right for people of all colors to be able to start their day free from worry about being judged by something as random – like skin color. Strateos has donated $20,000 so far this year directly to NAACP. I have also made a personal contribution of $5,000 just last month because when it comes down to do it, we’re one big community after all.” We can also help by doing our part at Strateos by building a culture of diversity, inclusion, outreach, and equality. At the center of dealing with this current crisis is the NAACP, focused on eliminating discrimination for all persons across society and has clear visions for equal rights. My hope is that these virtues will be realized now in America
Here are the principal objectives of the NAACP Constitution.
- To ensure that all citizens are given the opportunity to learn, work hard and achieve their goals.
- In order to achieve equality of rights and eliminate race prejudice among the citizens, we must take action.
- United States citizens should be entitled to the same rights and privileges without prejudice.
- To seek enforcement and enactment of federal, state, and ofcourse local laws securing civil rights.
- The voice of racism needs to be clear to be heard in today’s society. The discrimination must end, it can’t go on like this anymore!
- The National Association for the Advancement of Colored People is an organization that educates people and takes all lawful action to secure their constitutional rights. We do this while remaining consistent with our articles and constitution.