It is important to value social justice because more people can come together as a community and talk about the problems that are happening. We got socialize with everyone for a better community and to have better justice to understand the real problems. Once something bad happens people turn against people and think that violence would solve anything.
What do you think are some prevalent issues today?
Some prevalent issues today are violence in schools, homicides, cops pointing guns at people in unnecessary situations and physical, emotional, sexual abuse. These are big issues. The society I live in is very messed up and heartless. Another issue today I forgot to mention is people drunk driving. No one should be under the influence of alcohol. Almost two months there was a car crash. In a car there was a family inside a 19 year old young lady , a 13 year old boy and a 8 year old little girl and 2 dogs and in the other vehicle there was man drunk. The drunk driver ran a red light and hit the family car with in minutes the people inside the car were announced dead. I'm not sure what happened to the drunk driver but they announced him that he was under the influence of alcohol. It's not right for any one to be in drugs and driving. Life goes by fast in a blink of a eye it would end. No one's life should be taken away like this.
Which among these do you find to be of special concern to you personally?
My special concern personally is sexual harassment and sexual abuse towards girls like children, teenagers, young adults, and full grown adults. Everyday ladies around the world are sold for sex pleasure or are raped by a stranger, drugged or even rapped by a family member. I hate it so much. Just recently about a month ago, I was scrolling through my news feed and came across an article that talked about how a girl teenager was telling her dad that she's lesbian and he didn't agree with it. He had her to have sex with him to show how "having sex with a man is better than to be lesbian" and he was later on arrested. I felt so disgusted while reading it. How can a father touch his own daughter just to prove her wrong. I have a friend that was touched by her uncle and growing up she was afraid of men. Her uncle would tell her she looks beautiful and then later on started to get to sexual comments like "you look so sexy you should wear mini skirts around me often." No women should be seen as a sex object or anything that a man can call "easy."