What Does Social Justice Mean To Me

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First of all, I would like to introduce what social justice means to me. Social justice doesn’t mean just equality, but justice or equity. Nobody is the same and some people need more help than others. For example, there is one person who is left handed and one right handed. There should be notebooks with the spiral on the left and some on the right, so they both can have an opportunity. They are both getting a notebook, but the one who is right handed always has an advantage because the spiral is out of the way, but if you are a left handed than the spiral hurts your arm. Having a notebook is the equality because they both have it, but justice is having the same comfort. Moreover, I would like to say that we live in a world that is very unjust. In every part of the world, there are social…show more content…
Some of the issues I care about concern children. I am disturbed because some parents abandon them and the children become homeless or sometimes the mother’s don’t have enough resources to raise a child. The government helps out, but only to citizens. There are many immigrants and I believe everybody should have help. Race, gender, and social class doesn’t matter. We are all humans that have different attributes, but at the end we all have a heart we need to live. I also see issues about health care, homelessness, and how teens are going to adult jails like in the book “Just Mercy” by Bryan Stevenson. Lastly, I would like to close by saying that gloomily I see these issues in my community and it’s sad that I don’t do anything. Health care has become one of the most important issues in the country. After the law that everybody had to have insurance was
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