A Fellowship Project of Equal Justice Works
Repaired Nations is a concept and call to action. Rooted in the belief that past trauma requires us all to heal, Repaired Nations is a pilot project in healing economic harm in black communities. As an Equal Justice Works Fellow, sponsored by Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman LLP, the project Lead, Greg Jackson works in the Sustainable Economies Law Center.
Creating relationships with Ghana, and the wider West Africa Region, during the Year of Return is part of a global vision for African cooperation.
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Equal Justice Works Fellow
Greg Jackson is an Oakland native and alumni of Golden Gate University School of Law. He believes that the most effective way to affect the future is through collaborating to support our youth in a sustainable, equitabale, and healing way. In addition to being on the Advisory Board for the Sustainable Economies Law Center in law school, Greg also served on the National Lawyer’s Guild Board and on the board at his school’s National Black Law Students Association.
Greg is dedicated to educating, training, and empowering youth communities of color to create cooperative enterprises. He believes that the community ownership and equitable profit distribution inherent in cooperatives will catalyze sustainable reclamation of social justice.
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“serious copywriting chops and a fabulous sense of humor”
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