Social Justice In America

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Robb Chana English Miller When people arrive to America they expect to start a new life and pursue happiness. However, most of them will only find their lives to be harder as an individual living in America. America is made up to be a land that immigrants built a land of equal opportunity freedom and the pursuit for happiness. At least this is every immigrant’s perspective on America and American life. There is still a lot of unequal freedom for minorities and immigrants. For instance the American prisons are getting overfilled with prisoners sixty percent of those inmates are African Americans. However no society can always be perfect and a little bit of crime keeps the people in line. What I mean by this is that we learn from…show more content…
Society itself must be sufficiently developed. If freedom leads to a widely division of labor in a country then the country will struggle with a over growing amount of immigrants. For Americans to have an extent the division of labor is based around the market. Social justice is both a philosophical problem and an important issue in politics, religion and civil society. Most individuals wish to live in a just society, but different political ideologies have different conceptions of what a 'just society' actually is. The term "social justice" is often employed by the political liberal perspective to describe a society with more economic equalitarianism, which may be achieved through progressive taxation and income redistribution. The right wing also uses the term social justice, but generally believes that a just society is best achieved through the operation of a free market, which they believe provides equality of opportunity. In Sanders case he was the 13th juror and that upset him because he didn’t have a say at the end of the trial. Sanders didn’t want the defendant to go to jail that’s why being the 13th defendant really bothered him a lot. The defendant looked…show more content…
He has made color, race, and religion not come to ones mind when one has stepped in the same room as a colored, or different raced individual. He has given everyone the freedom, and justice that they deserve. From that day forward would racism no longer occur throughout the world. After all his hard work, and his ways of changing everyone’s point of view on justice, had he known he was sacrificing his life. In the example given, it shows just how much he had cared and what he would do to change the ways of the
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