CPJ: a rose by any other name

For over half a century, the work of CPJ has been publicly known under different names and carried out through a variety of organizational and corporate structures. Changes were made over the years primarily to comply with tax rules, particularly as they apply to registered charities.

These are the ways we have been known:
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  • Christian Action Foundation (1959-1972)
  • Committee for Justice and Liberty (1961- 1982)
  • C.J.L. Foundation (1963-2005)
    • C.J.L. Foundation, operating as Citizens for Public Justice (1982-1993)
    • C.J.L. Foundation, operating as Public Justice Resource Centre (2000-2002)
  • Citizens for Public Justice (1993 – 2005)
  • CJL Foundation (1999 – ongoing)
    • CJL Foundation, operating as Public Justice Resource Centre (2003-2005)
    • CJL Foundation, operating as Citizens for Public Justice (2006 – ongoing)