Social justice encompasses economic justice. Social justice is the virtue which guides us in creating those organized human interactions we call institutions. In turn, social institutions, when justly organized, provide us with access to what is good for the person, both individually and in our associations with others. Social justice also imposes on each of us a personal responsibility to work with others to design and continually perfect our institutions as tools for personal and social development. 
Social justice is about being fair to everyone. For example,
- When Rich parents buy an expensive Education for their Rich kids that goes against social justice.
- When Poor people have fewer chances to succeed and then Get blamed if they don't succeed, that goes against social justice.
To increase social justice, you fight unjust inequality, vote for candidates who promote equality. You value diversity, you support everyone’s Human rights, you don’t penalize others for being different in harmless ways. You fight for equality or equality of opportunity. You treat different people equally, you don’t discriminate against people or allow them to be harmed due to issues like age, disability, gender, location, poverty, race, sexuality. 
- ↑ Defining Economic Justice and Social Justice
- ↑ What Social Justice means
- ↑ What is Social Justice?
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