FUSION is commemorating World Day of Social Justice and giving voice to those fighting for ‘Justice Now’ in a dedicated day of programming on February 20.

What is ‘Justice Now’ ?

Kicking off at 6AM and running all day long, FUSION TV (channel listings) is featuring a range of documentaries, news shows, and special segments all related to social justice.

FUSION programming includes the premiere of Jorge Ramos’ special, ‘Show Me Something’ at 8PM, which features interviews with former U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Samantha Power and celebrity chef and immigration rights advocate José Andrés, followed by ‘Fusion Presents: Justice Now’ a half-hour series of reports from the diverse voices of FUSION.

Additional programming includes Prison Kids: A Crime Against America’s Children, Jorge Ramos’s Hate Rising, Fightin’ Talk: Muhammad Ali, Number One with a Bullet, Sex Trafficking: Red Light/Green Light, TASERED: The Israel Hernandez Story, The Naked Truth: Standing Rock, and The Naked Truth: Women March in D.C.

‘Justice Now’ is also highlighting content from over 40 organizations that work on a range of issues including immigrant rights, gender equality, LGBTQ rights, disability rights, environmental justice, access to education, criminal justice reform, and economic justice. FUSION is airing these features, which address the question “Why Now?,” throughout the day, as well as making them available across our digital and social platforms.

‘Justice Now’ is an extension of our cross-platform initiative ‘FUSION Fights.’ ‘FUSION Fights’ builds on our network’s commitment to amplifying diverse voices in America and the issues that matter most to them.



We are proud to have leading organizations from around the country taking part in ‘Justice Now,’ including the following:


Justice Now: Central American Resource Center (CARECEN), Ana Garcia