Reverend Peter Johnson
Reverend Ronald WrightExecutive Director Justice Seekers Texas
Founded Justice Seekers Texas, a Civil Rights and Social Justice Organization which focuses on Civil Rights and Social Justice (for all citizens), Education, Health, Employee Rights, Veterans Affairs, Domestic Violence, Juvenile Delinquency/Recidivism, Assisting ex-felons with employment opportunities, Rights of the incarcerated, probationers, and parolees.
Azania,New Black Panther Party
She spends most of her days on the frontline of volunteer work. Azania has spent many years fighting for equality and making change a reality in the Dallas community, and in many other communities across the nation. Azania believes in the power of advocacy and it is shown everyday by her tireless efforts to promote social justice.
Kendrick ColstonFront-End Developer
Kendrick Colston was born and raised in the Oak Cliff area of Dallas, Texas. Kendrick attended W. H. Atwell Law Academy and graduated with “Who’s Who Among American high School Students” recognition from Duncanville High School. He then went on to graduate from Velma B’s Beauty College, following in the footsteps of his late mother. In his spare time, Kendrick enjoys volunteering with Rev. Peter Johnson and at other social service organizations.
Erica Washington-ColstonFront-End Developer
Erica Washington-Colston is a native of Dallas, Texas. She attended W. H. Atwell Law Academy and then went on the graduate valedictorian of her high school class at H. Grady Spruce High School. She has since graduated from Eastfield College, and currently attends The University of Texas at Arlington, where she is a member of the Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society. Erica is currently enrolled in the School of Social Work and aspires to go on to law school once her undergraduate studies are complete. She has hopes of one day using these skills and talents to help empower people who are affected by poverty, oppression, and other social injustices and inequalities. In her spare time, Erica also enjoys volunteer work with the organization, especially to assist previously incarcerated people with gaining employment, as well as assisting her husband, Kendrick, with film and photography projects.
"“It has been fifty-five years since Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. stood on the Washington Mall and challenged our nation to make America a true democracy, by extending the right to vote to African Americans. It has been forty-nine years since Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. stood at the feet of the Abraham Lincoln Memorial, and shared his marvelous American dream with the world. The right to vote is stained with blood, sweat and tears."− Rev. Peter Johnson
"Johnson believes violence in America would decrease if it was harder to obtain weapons. He's helped take 22,000 guns off the streets in the past two decades during gun buy-backs.”, was found to violate the Voting Rights Act of 1965."− Rebecca Lopez, KVUE.com
"The idea of putting homeless people in busses and sending them back to states where they came from is offensive to me. ... As a city, as a collective community, we won't be judged on how we treat rich people. We will be judged on what Jesus called the least of these."− Rev. Peter Johnson