We are the Maine Equal Justice Partners (MEJP), dedicated to finding solutions to poverty and improving the lives of people with low income in Maine.

Building Bridges to a Better Future for Every Mainer

During the summer of 2014, Maine Equal Justice Partners and the Every Child Matters Education Fund went directly to Maine people to ask for their thoughts about poverty. The results may surprise you. Mainers shared common ground about the cause of poverty and the best strategies to reduce it—with striking agreement among conservatives and liberals, men and women, and people of all ages and income levels.

Read our report: Maine People Agree: Opportunity is the Bridge to a Better Future

Learn More About Building Bridges to Opportunity for Every Mainer

Lucy Barnhart

Patricia is a 46-year old single parent of a teenage son living in Kennebec County.   Despite more than two decades of professional work, she has been unable to leave poverty behind.  More.

Take the Pledge to Vote for Opportunity for Every Mainer!  Follow this link to the Every Child Matters website and take the pledge to vote for opportunities for every Mainer on November 4th.

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