Mission Statement

Organization for Justice and Equality is committed to the upholding of justice and the promotion of equality in the United States of America especially California, with special emphasis on civil rights, governmental policies and operations, ethical issues, and consumer grievances.

We are people from all walks of life, striving to contribute more to society, build a better country, and exercise the rights of citizens.

We work with various organizations and leaders on a case-by-case basis. We are not affiliated with any political party.

Current Issues

Model Ordinance to fight against marijuana for entertainment in California

In connection with the fight against Prop 64, we have lost the battle, but not the war! Given that we…

College admission should not be based on race

Our coalition including American Civil Rights Institute (ACRI) is very concerned that the University of California (UC) increased the number…

Our Past Work

Must Continue to Oppose to co-ed bathrooms and showers

In an attempt to preserve fundamental interests in privacy, maintain public safety, and establish continued uniformity in building codes, we…

Successfully stop the elimination of family reunion immigration categories

We must continue to demand federal legislators to stop the elimination of family reunion immigration categories in immigration reform. We…

Important success against Alameda County Regional Measure B1

Together with our allies, we defeated Alameda County Regional Measure B1 on the November 6, 2012 election. The Registrar of…

Settled with TVB on sex discrimintion cases

Our president and a vice president have filed complaints to Equal Opportunity Commission (EOC) in Hong Kong against Television Broadcasting…

Led the San Francisco Bay Area No on Prop. 19 campaign and successfully defeated Prop. 19-legalization of marijuana for entertainment purposes in California

In the November 2010 election, we led the San Francisco Bay Area No on Prop. 19 campaign and successfully defeated…

Contributed to the passage of Proposition 13

Our coalition urged California voters to vote “Yes” on Proposition 13 in the Election of June 8, 2010. The passage…