The Justice Conference

The Justice Conference expects 6,000 attendees at the Pennsylvania Convention Center from Feb. 22-24, 2013.

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Shane Claiborne is the founder of The Simple Way, a Kensington-based non-profit. He's a speaker at The Justice Conference, which takes place Feb. 22-24, 2013 at the Pennsylvania Convention Center.
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Homemade bow ties made by Themba International are on display at the conference. Proceeds benefit the creation of sustainable livelihoods in South Africa.
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Minneapolis-based Venture Expeditions organizes biking treks, runs and hikes to raise awareness for social issues. Donors pledge money for people to "ride" during the convention.
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Justice Conference co-founder Ken Wytsma of Kilns College.
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Wytsma talks with Maggie Konstanski of World Relief.
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Lucy Marks (left) and Sophie Golden represent Kids for Compassion, a Baltimore-based organization started 7 years ago. The nonprofit seeks to raise $12,000 this year to send 10 young people to school for the year in Kigali, Rwanda.
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Eastern University student Frances Greelee paints a mural as part of the Artists Inspiring Action exhibit.
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Registrants are expected from more than two dozen countries.
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World Vision caregiver kits are made with these items and shipped organizations who assist people living with AIDS in Africa, Asia and Latin America. The kits equip them with supplies needed to care for the sick.
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Supplies for the World Vision kit.
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Mary Simms (left) writes a personal message to accompany the caregiver kit she assembled.
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Humanitarian Brian HIll honored his late friend Jojo from Uganda with this mosaic which hung at the conference. Jojo was a comedian who helped raise awareness for children with special needs.
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