Injustice During The Civil Rights Movement

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(Word count: ) Sarah Ablouj
English 100
July 20, 2017
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During the Civil Rights Movement, injustice for African Americans was at its highest peek. Martin Luther King once said, "Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere”. The world is all connected and because of the lack of fairness in one place, it could effect and grow bigger in other cities. We are all connected to each other and that's why if something happens to one person it will affect all in some way. I have come to the conclusion that people are the reason why there is injustice locally, nationally, and globally. Most might not realize that because they become “followers”, the situation of unfairness grows bigger and bigger. The only way to help come up with a stop for inequality is to know how to address the situation. The quote urges us to work …show more content…

People have different beliefs about who or what is responsible for injustice in life and these beliefs are consequential. Injustice can become on a regular basis when a person is being greedy or selfish. When one person becomes greedy at some point he or she only cares about themselves and ignoring even family members. Social injustice is also the way that an unjust action is done in the society. Social injustice can occur in a particular situation where the equals are treated unequally and the unequal is treated equally. There are always sides to situations. Because a person belongs in a certain cultural category they start to make an assumption that their traditional acts are more dominant and accurate than another person’s. This leads to people thinking that they are always right that also leads to their becoming selfish and not taking other people’s feelings into

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