Healing Trauma through Martial Arts

Healing Trauma through Martial Arts

It is our pleasure to announce that one of our product partners, “Drako”, has successfully made a tangible impact on roughly 20,000 genocide widows in Rwanda who have fallen victim to violence, slavery, and human trafficking.

This past October, Bushido and Drako partnered to deliver a charitable effort in supporting a new programme by Martial Arts For Justice (MAJ) called: “Enhanced Resilience.”

Their generous donation continued to open new doors for the initiative, and ultimately helped MAJ reach one step further in offering trauma relief & empowerment to victims of violence and oppression. 

We’d like to proudly thank Drako and Martial Arts For Justice for their efforts to protect vulnerable people from violence and oppression through the platform of martial arts.

Abiding by the oath of MAJ founder, Master Dean Siminoff, let’s be champions of freedom and justice in both our words and our actions.


About Martial Arts for Justice

Martial Arts for Justice is a non-profit corporation founded by Master Dean Siminoff, a martial artist and school owner, who decided to take his student oath “ To be champions of freedom and justice” from words to actions.

Started in 2013, Martial Arts for Justice (MAJ) is designed to be an alliance of martial artists and school owners who choose to actively pursue justice, locally and globally.

The primary goal of MAJ is to mobilize martial artists and school owners on a global level to fight for victims of violence, and against slavery and human trafficking.

In many countries around the world, injustice is the underlying problem that keeps people in poverty and oppression, including an estimated 36 million people who live in slavery. As a united group, we have the capacity to create positive change in our world on a profound level.

Click here to find out more about Martial Arts for Justice

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