Social Justice: Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

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When I’m volunteering to serve food I don’t think of the fact that this person may be homeless or jobless, but simply that they need food and I am there to provide it. At work, we are given report on what the patient needs for his or her care, other than that I try to make their experience as positive as I can. Nothing is stated about their race, religion, or other superficial characteristics unless it is necessary to provide better care. My ability to perform my job and volunteer endeavors well is not subjective to ones appearance. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr believed that all humans are created equal and I try to embody that in my every day life. Society has come a long way in regards to social justice, but still has a long way to go.
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