What does social justice mean to you?
Feel free to state your opinion on it.
Social justice means respecting human rights first and foremost. A socially just society is a society where opportunity is equal and available for all people. I can quote Damion Marley here and say:
"Everyone deserve a turn / Every child deserve to learn ..."
(from the album: "Distant Relatives")
It means that people have an opportunity to succeed, and they are able to keep a significant amount of the fruits of their labor. It also means that you do not have people enriching themselves at the expense of others' labor or abusing people who have done nothing wrong. Unfortunately, real justice may not be possible on this earth, but it is a noble goal to strive for.
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Social inequality = social injustice. any form of social injustice will have its roots in social inequality.
So what is Social Equality?
Social Equality is the belief that we all have equal right and responsibility to the earth and its resources.
Think about it for a while and you will realise capitalism and its representitive type democracy breeds social injustice, social inequality.
For social equality to exist we need to have equality of access to the decision making processes and equality of access to goods and services. This can probably only come about by the removal of the money system.
For directions how to remove money please google Strike 2012 to abolish money.
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