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attempting to deal with them. The “location” of social
It’s important to do this because it is
very easy to see a social injustice and
assume that it happens only far away,
not in your backyard, or
neighborhood, or city, or country.
◦ Social injustice is much easier to justify if
it happens to “those” people, to “other”
people; to people who do not look like you
or speak like you. The location of social injustice
The reality is that social injustice
occurs everywhere, and it is usually
the most marginalized among us in a
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This document was uploaded on 03/02/2014 for the course PAX 212 at DePaul.
- Fall '13