Book explores evolution of rural activism A new book from the American Institute for Social Justice tells the story of how and why rural communities have created organizations to represent their needs and priorities in a world which would otherwise have written them off.
What does AISJ stand for?
AISJ stands for American Institute for Social Justice (formerly Arkansas Institute for Social Justice; est. 1972)
This definition appears somewhat frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Organizations, NGOs, schools, universities, etc.
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We have 2 other meanings of AISJ in our Acronym Attic
- Algerian Institute of Standardisation and Industrial Property
- American Indian Summer Immersion Program (Stanford)
- American Indian Summer Institute Program
- Association of Independent Software Industry Professionals
- Agricultural Information Systems Information Service (Europe)
- Airborne Integrated Signal Intelligence System (Israel)
- Alcohol in School is Stupid (Michigan)
- Australian Institute of Spatial Information Sciences and Technology
- Automatic Intelligent Sampler for Inorganic Trace Constituents
- Agroindustrias San Jacinto (Spanish: San Jacinto Agribusiness; Peru)
- American International School of Jeddah (Jeddah, Saudi Arabia)
- American International School of Johannesburg
- Anglican International School of Jerusalem (Israel)
- Association for Islamic Studies in Japan (est. 1963)
- American International School of Kabul (Afghanistan; est. 1956)
- American International School of Kuwait
- Artificial Intelligence Spam Killer (software)
- American Indian Sign Language
- American Indoor Soccer League
- American International School of Lisbon (Lisbon, Portugal)
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Step-by-Step Initiative planning grants include: -- American Institute for Social Justice, Inc.