‘Investing’ in social justice means different things. N.J.’s civil rights warrior Ryan Haygood explains.

You may not have heard of the New Jersey Institute for Social Justice but the advocacy group may have already touched your life.

If you’re looking to buy a house, this organization fought for the passage of a state bill that will help first-time homeowners, or better yet, first-generation homeowners, to buy a home. If you were among the more than 83,000 people on probation and parole who couldn’t vote, the institute successfully advocated to get your right to vote restored.

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