Broadly speaking, social justice is the fair and equitable distribution of advantages within a society. The fair and appropriate application of social justice involves multiple complexities and considerations. In order to achieve the goal of unilateral social justice for all peoples we must first develop accurate definitions, evaluate expectations, acknowledge social and religious privileges and subordination, and recognize our own individual prejudices and biases.
America is a country which is steeped in oppression-based tactics of discrimination and bias, often unconscious, but nonetheless pervasive. Working together with the unified goal of achieving appropriate levels of safety and security for all Americans, regardless of their race, ethnicity, sexual orientation,
socioeconomic status, religious beliefs, nonreligious beliefs, ableism, age, or perceived level of value is the noble goal of social justice, benefiting all Americans.