Jonathan Roghubir. Ethics Of Engagment. Professor Genzale...
2085 WordsMay 17, 20179 Pages
Ethics of Engagment
We live in a society where we must fit and understand social justice. Its justice in terms of how wealth is distributed and the different opportunities and privileges amongst the people. Viewing things in an ethical manner allows people to make decisions based on position of self and society. People all over transpire from many different ethnic backgrounds leaving the world very diverse. What people fail to realize is that not everyone can be the same. If that was the case it would be unusual to see different races, gender, and language. The things that make up our community is what makes us unique and stand out as a nation. People must not become blind to the things that make…show more content…
They were all forces who saw that the world needed change and they each had their own ways in ensuring there was change. Malcolm X was a civil rights activist who used violence to make his voice be heard. He practices violence because he saw no power in verbal fights with people who seemed weak. Nelson Mandela was a civil rights activist but most famous for helping bring an end to apartheid. He led peaceful protest and the armed resistance movement. Mahatma Gandhi the leader of the Indian independence movement whose profound spiritually and belief in justice inspired the world. Gandhi revered the world over his nonviolent philosophy of passive resistance. Each of these activist goals were to end social injustices. Although they fought and died supporting civil rights to day discrimination is still evident. When we wake up to the news every morning to see how the world is changing in such a bad way. Immigrants still faces issues entering a country that they only came to, for better opportunities. Police brutality against minorities, the killings of the young and innocent. People who can’t be comfortable in their own skin because they are afraid of what this and that person might say. It is very disappointing knowing that so many people throughout our history fought for equality so that today the world would run peacefully and it is not the case.