For those of you who “don’t have time” to read for pleasure, The Whistleblower (Missed the book review? Read it here.), was recently made into a movie. I haven’t had a chance to actually watch the film, but I can tell by preview that it’s not identical to the book; it looks like a few things have been added for dramatization. That’s to be expected though, and the reviews are nevertheless quite favorable. If you can find the time, read the book. Books are always better. If not, watch the movie and tell us about it! We would love to hear about your reactions to it.
The United Nations has chosen today, February 20th, 2012, to commemorate social justice and to challenge people to if be aware of the injustices being committed everyday on a world-wide scale. Here on Rediscovering Social Justice, we each decided to commemorate today by defining social justice and talking about what the term means to each of us individually. If you take the time to read our ramblings, we thank-you, and we also encourage you to share your own ramblings with someone else today as well.