Marc Ecko's personal and nationwide campaign to end paddling in U.S. schools. Yes, paddling. It's called Unlimited Justice.
In the United States, citizens, soldiers and prisoners are protected from being physically punished, beaten or abused. But, you know who aren't? Students. That's right,twenty (20) states in America still allow the paddling of students, otherwise known as Corporal Punishment! To put that in perspective, over 200,000 students are left victims of violence from their teachers or administrators... 200,000. What is Corporal Punishment? Marc Ecko breaks it down here:
Did you know that "Every 23 seconds in this country, a public school student is beaten in their classroom by an educator"?
Marc Ecko and Unlimited Justice are providing the tools for anyone to take a stand, be heard, and help end paddling in U.S schools! Visit http://ecko.com/* (yes, that's an asterisk*) and get involved... Learn, Unite with other Activists, Recruit your friends, Activate with legislators, and Create noise!
The site uses Facebook Connect, allowing easy sharing and posting, plus it lets you email and even fax directly to legislators. Take it one step further and get the free Unlimited Justice iPhone app: http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/unltd-justice/id423733453?mt=8
Below are a few pieces from the Unlimited Justice ad arsenal - use them if you can and share the video above to help educate readers on what's been going on in our school system and unite on http://ecko.com/*.
Join the conversation on the Unlimited Justice Facebook page: http://facebook.com/unlimitedjustice
Follow Unlimited Justice on Twitter: http://twitter.com/unltdjustice
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