Author of Waging Justice to Speak

Dr. Paul Zeitz, author of Waging Justice: A Doctor's Journey to Speak Truth and Be Bold, will be at Unity of Fairfax on Sunday, February 24 from 1 to 3 p.m. to discuss opportunities for all people to harness justice-hearted action within themselves, families, communties, and the world. Some of the big-picture advocacy priorities Dr. Zeitz is working on include climate restoration, renewable energy, sustainable development, ending child sexual abuse, and gender equality.

"I believe in the genius and spirit of humanity, and I believe that our future is in our hands. Let's join forces to advocate for bold, transformational, and common-sense solutions to the challenges of our time in the years ahead," Zeitz said.

During this free event, Dr. Zeitz will speak for 30–45 minutes followed by questions and answers. His book will be available for sale and signing before and after the program.

Dr. Zeitz is a physician, an epidemiologist, and a tenacious, energetic, award-winning advocate for global justice and human rights. He has dedicated his career to catalyzing large-scale global impact. Dr. Zeitz is currently waging justice in the USA and globally to mobilize community-wide action to achieve the “Sustainable Development Goals” (SDGs) and Paris Climate Treaty compliance by 2030. He serves as the Co-Founder of SDG Compacts, and the Sustainable Development Games at the Global Development Incubator (GDI), and the U.S.A. Focal Point for Action for Sustainable Development, a global social movement.

His book “Waging Justice: A Doctor’s Journey to Speak Truth and Be Bold” was published in September 2018 and has already received acclamation from dozens of world leaders—including Archbishop Emeritus Desmond Tutu, who states:

Waging Justice is a deeply personal story of courage and compassion with global implications. This heartfelt memoir shows how a doctor with vision can help fix what’s broken in our world. Dr. Zeitz is a man of conscience who shares my commitment to bringing hope to the world’s poor.