Injustice: Slavery and Different Types

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“Injustice is part of life. There is no way to avoid it”

Injustice (Noun) Lack of fairness or justice Oxford Dictionary

Injustice (Noun) Lack of fairness or justice Oxford Dictionary

Injustice refers to either the absence, or the opposite, of justice. The term is applied either in reference to a particular event or act, or to a larger incident. Injustice is played in today’s society, a lot. You hear about major injustices, all the time in the media. Injustice comes in many forms. Some are blatantly obvious. Others, well others are somewhat subtle. There are six major types of Injustices, Moral, Social, Political, Racial, Religious and Cultural Injustice. . In this essay, I will outline the different types of Injustice, and provide example for each. Moral Injustice is concerned with the judgment of the goodness or badness of human action and character. Social injustice is a concept relating to the claimed unfairness or injustice of society as a whole. Some examples of Social Injustice are genocide etc. Political Injustice is when you disagree with your government’s rules and ethics, and you are punished, both physically and verbally. These corrupt governments are often found in developing countries. I hear of people being jailed and torture, due to their views against the government. Racial injustice is prejudice or racism towards another group race or characteristic of a race, giving them some sort of disadvantage, disadvantages that other groups don’t get. Racial Injustice makes up most of Injustice in today’s society. Religious Injustice is discrimination to a religious group and/ or its followers. Countries today are divided by religion, physical and verbal injustice is inflicted on people due to their religion often in society....
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