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"I was moved and inspired by the dedication, tenacity, imagination,
and courage displayed by the staff and leadership of AJS."

-Author and Philosopher Dr. Nicholas Wolterstorff

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Stories of Brave Christians

AJS began confronting community violence with a single investigator and a single lawyer, both of whom acted as trusted bridges between victims of violence and the judicial system, helping victims navigate the complicated path to justice. Individuals may not have trusted the police, but they grew to trust AJS, who knew them personally, supported them with emergency needs, and even prayed alongside them.

From the Justice Journal

"We Hondurans are fed up with corruption. But to ask politicians to resolve the problem is like asking a football player to be the referee of his own team. The solution has to come from us."

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Coast to Coast Bike Ride

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Costa a Costa is an annual tradition where over 150 bike riders cross the country of Honduras from “coast to coast”, covering 272 miles from Honduras’ north coast to its south, and stopping in eight major cities along the way to celebrate students and advocate for better public education in Honduras.

 

AJS in the News

NY Times: In Honduras, Going From Door to Door to Prosecutors
Vice News: Amid Rampant Violence in Honduras, Evangelicals Have Become Crime-Fighters
Forbes: Christian Organization Works To Restore Peace In Violent Honduras
ONE: The Honduran activists who busted thousands of “Ghost Teachers”
The Huffington Post: Action Needed to Curb Corruption Crimes Against Women and Girls
National Geographic: American-Born Gangs Helping Drive Immigrant Crisis at U.S. Border
Transparency International: Honduras: beating corruption in land registration
Calvin College: Justice for Honduras: Alongside study-abroad students, Calvin graduates battle corruption and strive for peace
The Christian Science Monitor: Honduras: As protests over corruption swell, many see 'positive moment'
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Association for a More Just Society (AJS)
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Grand Rapids, MI 49588

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