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• civil rights
• cultural pluralism
• distributive justice
• educational equalization
• human rights
• income distribution
• poor laws and poverty
• social change
• social ethics
• social justice
• social movements
• social values
• welfare economics
Here are two of many great resources to help get you started.
This video covers the basics of using Opposing Viewpoints in Context:
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Social Action and Justice Colloquium: Do you care about social justice? This is an experiential course that involves service. We will go on field trips to Skid Row, Prisons, Disability Centers, Environmental sites, Museums, and other relevant sites. We will deal with issues that involve sex trafficking, prostitution, gangs, religious discrimination, and issues of race and class. Students will explore strategies for promoting social justice and engage in service learning activities.