People of color have been historically marginalized and stripped of equitable access to education throughout this country—which is a form of social injustice. Social injustice describes societal inequities that marginalize groups by diminishing access to quality education and other human rights. One way that Extension can be a catalyst to minimizing social injustice is to become more aware of societal disparities. There are also programmatic considerations that can help foster social justice. One such consideration is to increase programs that enhance social capital, as they can serve as a conduit of social justice.
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Fields, N. I., & Nathaniel, K. C. (2015). Our Role in and Responsibility Toward Social Justice. The Journal of Extension, 53(5), Article 15. https://tigerprints.clemson.edu/joe/vol53/iss5/15