I argue that for social justice to be real. ii has lo be understood in its essence as a relational requirement 1rhereby every individual human being must be equitab(v and permanenl(V contemplated in everything that a society or community values so that people can become totally human. Its complex and ubiquitous nature is discussed. while I present some experiences lo emphasize that formal education can contribute to some understanding and operationalization of social justice principles. I posit further that though social justice is collective. only individuals can make it a possibility. Finally. there is a reminder about the need to transfer priorities (,-om social justice discourse to actively living social justice in an unquestionable manner.
Boakari, Dr. Francis M. Ph.D.
"SOCIAL JUSTICE: THE DIALECTICS OF DAILY LIVING,"
Verbum Incarnatum: An Academic Journal of Social Justice: Vol. 1
, Article 18.
Available at: https://athenaeum.uiw.edu/verbumincarnatum/vol1/iss1/18