Social Justice is an idea of a general public in which each person is dealt with fairly
Social Justice is an idea of a general public in which each person is dealt with fairly, without segregation based on financial status, ethnicity, race, and gender. An example of one issue would be racism. Racism is defined as an abusive or aggressive behaviour towards an individual from another race based on such conviction. Racism, which is similar to homophobia, ranges from dislike and avoidance of specific racial groups to discrimination in employment to violent and forceful acts. One probable way we can solve racism would be accepting other religions, cultures, and their ethnic groups. Another way we can solve racism would be education. The more educated a person is, the more mindful if they are of others. The more mindful they are of others, the more they see themselves and the more respect they have for the other people. The world would be better if they were no racism, sexism, classism, etc.