Reflection On Farmer's Articulation Of Social Justice

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Farmer’s articulation of social justice would look like in practice as innovation. Social justice would be to work the poor, providing a dignified service to people who are oppressed in a certain way. It involves that all sectors of society are truly committed to achieve high-quality care in order reach the objective of providing the fundamental human right of appropriate health care. Social justice requires in practice that people will always try to change something, that there are always flaws that need to be changed in order to be effective while providing social justice. Through my experience volunteering at a free clinic in San Diego, I can put in practice Farmer’s idea of social justice. At this free clinic, 90% of the patients are Spanish-speaking

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