Pathway of Justice
The central path of the park is composed of blue stone inserts that in time will be engraved with famous quotes related to designated social justice themes. These guide stones will offer visitors an opportunity to reflect on the meaning of social justice and find inspiration for taking action to help make a difference in their community. For information on becoming a sponsor of a guide stone, please see Purchase A Pathway of Justice Stone.
The guide stones along with other blue stone inserts in the Pathway of Justice form a pattern that is based upon a modified Morse Code. Solving the code reveals various words associated with social justice. By coincidence, Morse Code was invented in 1836, the same year that the park’s namesake, Washington Gladden, was born.