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Arise for Social Justice: Stand against racism-- and poverty

Arise for Social Justice: Stand against racism-- and poverty

Understanding our basic HUMAN RIGHTS (The 30 articles of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights as adopted by the United Nations in 1948)

Understanding Our Basic Human Rights

Understanding our basic HUMAN RIGHTS (The 30 articles of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights as adopted by the United Nations in 1948)

2017 manifesto archival print

2017 manifesto archival print

Important daily reminders. by Jennifer Judd-McGee 2017 manifesto archival print by swallowfield on Etsy

Why Social Justice Education Matters - http://www.socialworkhelper.com/2014/05/30/social-justice-education-matters/?Social+Work+Helper

Why Social Justice Education Matters - http://www.socialworkhelper.com/2014/05/30/social-justice-education-matters/?Social+Work+Helper

Did you know that the United Nations outlined what basic rights and freedoms we are entitled to? It's called the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.

I Love You, America, But This List Should NOT Make You Uncomfortable

Did you know that the United Nations outlined what basic rights and freedoms we are entitled to? It's called the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.

Unfortunately, society is not a level playing field. It is structured on social injustice.

Fixing Our Broken Systems

Unfortunately, society is not a level playing field. It is structured on social injustice.

"On one level, as so much twitter outrage has pointed out, these spikes symbolise the transformation of the homeless into a form of vermin. But their artistic resonance goes further than that. These spikes beautifully encapsulate the essential concerns of a society that has abandoned any pretence of social justice, fairness and equality, even to the point of refusing to ensure what ought to be the essential component of any civilised society - a home for all its citizens."

Why the 'Homeless Spikes' Deserve the Turner Prize

"On one level, as so much twitter outrage has pointed out, these spikes symbolise the transformation of the homeless into a form of vermin. But their artistic resonance goes further than that. These spikes beautifully encapsulate the essential concerns of a society that has abandoned any pretence of social justice, fairness and equality, even to the point of refusing to ensure what ought to be the essential component of any civilised society - a home for all its citizens."

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