Social Justice is a pledge to take care of social issues, the economy, and the environment of one's planet for the future. Respecting the planet is a task we were all born with; either by recycling, planting tress, or going green is a definite was to empower a transformation of socially. It's a duty to volunteer your time, effort, or money to those who have less than you. Staying connected to people near and far from you will to keep peace and globalization sturdy for the future. Continuing to construct equality of both men and women will benefit the achievements of a country.
[...] He has made her, if married, in the eye of the law, civilly dead.” (Mott & Stanton 427) Women were viewed as below men in society. After years of struggle to have their voices heard, they took action to protest the unreasonable laws of the government. Women did not have the right to vote in every state and their vote was considered a fraction of one man's vote. Women were oppressed by the country, in every direction they turned: educationally, no property rights, no career choice, and no clothing choice. [...]
[...] It tends to confound and destroy all Distinctions, and prostrate all Ranks, to one common Levell.” (Adams 406-407) In John Adams's letter, he tells Sullivan his position on new laws that should be set because it will change society for the better. He states, not all men that do own property know how to properly run a plantation or have good judgment to take care of their land. Women and children should also be given rights, they have more intelligence than come men do. [...]
[...] If particular care and attention is not paid to the ladies, we are determined to foment a rebellion, and will not hold ourselves bound by any laws in which we have no voice or representation regard us then as being placed by Providence under your protection, and in imitation of the Supreme Being make use of that power only for our happiness.” (Adams 403) On March Abigail Adams wrote a letter to her husband, John, informing him to fight for justice between men and women. [...]
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