Valerian was an emperor of Rome in the third century who experienced the crushing weight of life in his descent from noble birth to subjugation. Before he was a defeated by the Persians and died in captivity as a prisoner of war he established the concept of trial by jury. It is fitting that Valerian’s legacy reallocates judgment power from rulers to citizens as we hold the notion of a jury of peers to be a fundamental human right. While leaders are necessary for coordination, inspiration, and mobilization, it is imperative to believe that no one is above another in the eyes of God or even Caesar.
Civis PM is based on the principle that work should be performed first and foremost for the good of people.