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Faces of Public Justice

Francisco Castaneda

Francisco Castaneda

Francisco Castaneda's detention in an immigration facility cost him his life.  Public Justice took up his fight against a federal system fast becoming a warehouse of medical neglect.

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Jaye Flood

When she raised concerns about gender inequality at her university, acclaimed volleyball coach Jaye Flood was greeted with consternation and reprisal.  Public Justice successfully sued Florida Gulf Coast University for retaliation and defamation.

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Because we respect your privacy, Public Justice and the Public Justice Foundation do not automatically collect personal information through this web site. For example, we do not use software or hardware techniques nor enable cookies to collect personal information on you without your knowledge. During the process of delivering our content and information to you, we do not automatically collect any personally identifiable information about you such as name, address, phone number, or e-mail address. However, we do obtain some types of non-personally identifiable information such as the Internet Service Provider you use to connect to the Internet, your browser type, or the type of computer operating system you use (Macintosh or Windows, for example). The information collected by us is used for the purpose of analyzing our traffic.

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When you make a contribution: If you choose to become a member of the Public Justice Foundation or otherwise make a charitable contribution, we use the information collected from you to process payments. Personal information may be shared with third party service providers (e.g., merchant banks) during this process. We need to share this information in order to process credit card purchases. If you become a member of the Public Justice Foundation, your contact information will be added to our membership list.  We occasionally make our membership list available to other public interest groups and activists. Members may opt out of such membership list disclosures by contacting Membership Coordinator Maggie Barr at mbarr@publicjustice.net.

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Children's online privacy protection: We do not collect any information about users' ages, and do not knowingly collect personally identifiable information from individual users under the age of 18 without parental or guardian permission. No form should be filled out by any child without first getting permission by his or her parent or legal guardian. We encourage parents to be with their children on the Internet and to supervise their children when submitting any form of information over the Internet.

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Questions, concerns or suggestions: If you have any questions or concerns about this privacy policy, or suggestions on how we can improve the site, please contact Communications Director Deborah Mathis at dmathis@publicjustice.net .

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