Social justice

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Social justice means equal rights and equitable opportunities for all. Social justice is achieved through the liberation of marginalized groups and emerges through anti-oppressive approaches. Social justice recognizes and seeks to address inequalities arising from domination and oppression, the economic organization of society around capitalism, individualism and social reproduction. -The HUB

"Climate justice is social justice." - Tasnim Rekik [1] Examples of climate justice being intertwined with social justice are demonstrated below.

Examples of social justice

Disability justice

See our definitions page for disability justice.

Food justice

Food justice can be describes as the right for everyone to grow, sell, and have access to foods that are fresh, culturally appropriate, nutritious, and affordable; movement that aims to transform food systems by prioritizing the wellbeing of workers, animals, and the environment. -Black Creek Farm, adapted by Michelle Xie [2]

Migrant justice

See our definitions page for migrant justice.

Indigenous sovereignty 

See our definitions page for more on Indigenous sovereignty.

Abolition See our definitions page for more on abolition.

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