4 Areas of Social Justice

4 areas of Social Justice

The four areas of social justice (animal protection, human rights, environmental ethics, culture & change) can be improved based on our habits, treatment, and beliefs toward non-human animals. Focusing on how each of the components connects to non-human animal protection can assist in finding and developing solutionary changes. The first step to true change involves increasing education on the emotional capability of non-human animals, what human animals and non-human animals have in common, and what steps can be taken to improve the lives of all with the most good, least harm (MOGO) mindset. Creating a world of solutionaries is possible, and not out of our reach. If we just keep in mind the connectedness of all things in this world, it makes the big picture less of a struggle to overcome; knowing that the little parts we play are important to the bigger picture in the end.

Resources for further information on these topics:

12 Online Resources for Learning More About Animal Protection Issues


Posted online: February 12, 2015   By, Marsha Rakestraw     Humane Connection


9 Online Resources for Finding Out More About Environmental Protection Issues


Posted online: February 19, 2015    By, Marsha Rakestraw     Humane Connection


Resources for Teaching About Environmental Racism and Environmental Justice


Posted online: July 6, 2017             By, Marsha Rakestraw       Humane Connection


Human Rights for All? (Lesson Plans)


Posted online: November 27, 2017     By, Marsha Rakestraw      Humane Connection


New Definitions of Democracy Are Ignoring, Violating Human Rights


Posted online: February 5, 2008       By, Marsha Rakestraw      Humane Connection


5 Things (Social) Science Tells Us to Do When Talking About Climate Change


Posted online: May 16, 2016         By, Marsha Rakestraw          Humane Connection


Changing a Culture


Posted online: March 29, 2011  [Re-print of Matt Langdon’s short essay]  Humane Connection


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