Justice looks like a deeply held belief rooted in action that is grounded in the inherent humanity in each and every person, particularly women and girls who have historically been silenced, disregarded, disrespected, viewed as less than. Justice is having the personal agency, voice and societal understanding that no means no and yes means yes and both choices are validated and respected. Justice looks like women and girls strong and powerful in their own bodies, and with their own voices, able to make choices and take action. Justice looks like mothers and grandmothers free to self-actualize and daughters free to determine which paths they wish to follow. Justice looks like the choice not to be a mother or a wife being deemed a socially acceptable option. Justice looks like the ability to make decisions about ones own life and body without fear of retribution or persecution. Justice looks like freedom.