The Road to Equal Justice

Media, data, & technology to accelerate social justice

The Road to Equal Justice empowers U.S. communities with free training and mentoring on media, technology, and data tools to accelerate and amplify the fight for equal justice in 16 U.S. cities.

PeaceTech Lab has worked with racial and social justice organizations in Baltimore, Denver, Boston, New Orleans, Miami, and Washington DC. Dearborn, Michigan is next. In all, we have trained 263 people from 150 organizations.

The Road to Equal Justice is now accepting applications for Louisville, Kentucky!

The Road to Equal Justice is heading to Lousiville next! We are looking for organizations working on social justice issues including economic justice, criminal justice reform, fair housing, the police-citizen divide, and other critical areas.

Upcoming Dates:
Louisville, KY - March 2022
Cost: Free, but you need to

Session Spotlight

The Power of Eyewitness Video
WITNESS on May 21, 2021

Isabel Pinheiro from WITNESS discussed strategies for using video and technology to protect and defend human rights and empower communities. The workshop also featured a robust conversation moderated by Courtney Caruso from Hogan Lovells
Slides and presentation.

About PeaceTech Lab

The Road to Equal Justice is a program of the PeaceTech Lab, a nonprofit dedicated to driving action-oriented solutions by bringing a diversity of experts together: data scientists, social scientists, engineers, MBAs, global influencers, media ambassadors, and creatives. It is through these alliances that we can collectively develop effective peacebuilding solutions.

PeaceTech Lab was created to use the power of technology, data, and media to save lives and promote peace around the world.