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Economic and Social JusticeIn the case of Brenna, the 18-year-old black female, she was abused by her mother's boyfriend. After learning of the abuse from Brenna, her mother abounded the young girl. Soon after her ex-boyfriend, who also fathered her unborn child accused Brenna of cheating and turned his back on her. After that, Brenna suffered from a lack of resources as she had no home or job to support herself financially. She had to go to a shelter. Through this, Brenna experienced a tremendous social and economic injustice the loss of family equated to a loss in resources and sustenance. Economic justice, as outlined by the Center for Economic and Social Justice (2019) involves "how each person earns a living, enters into contracts, exchanges goods and services with others and otherwise produces an independent material foundation for his or her economic sustenance" (CESJ, 2019). CESJ (2019) explains that social justice can be tampered with if an