Justin Bieber urges his fans to take action for social justice

On the occasion of his world tour, the "Justice World Tour" which began on February 18, the famous Canadian singer, Justin Bieber, encourages his fans to take action in favor of social justice. In particular, he promises prizes, including free concert tickets, to those who support one of the 18 partner associations of his project. 

"Together we can create a world filled with justice and love" can be read on the page dedicated to “Justice in action”, the initiative launched by Justin Bieber as part of his world tour, the “Justice World Tour” which began Feb. 18 in San Diego.

The Canadian singer promises prizes, including free VIP concert tickets or a trip to Paris to meet him, to those who will support the charities offered on the tour site.

It is through Propeller a company that harnesses the role culture plays in society to "inspire activism and create a movement for change," that fans of the singer will be able to donate to one of the 18 nonprofits participating in the event project. Initiatives that range from climate advocacy, to criminal justice reform, to opposing anti-Asian racism.

Fans can earn points by signing petitions, volunteering or registering to vote. And the more points they earn, the more chance they have of winning one of the prizes at stake.

Among the organizations supported by the “Justice World Tour” are, for example, Live Free USA, which works on criminal justice reform. Religion News Service reports that the organization holds training sessions titled "Justice and Belonging" before Justin Bieber's concerts in the cities where he performs.

La Poor People's Campaign is also one of the initiatives that Justin Bieber fans can support. It is a faith-based organization that fights poverty inspired by the action of Martin Luther King Jr.

The tour is made up of 90 dates in more than 20 countries, the singer is notably expected in France in Paris on March 6 and 7, 2023.

Camille Westphal Perrier

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