The thirty richest people in the United States are worth $792 billion, yet 633,000 Americans are homeless during the winter. Inequalities exist in nearly every corner of the country. Added together, they reveal broader systemic injustices tied to lack of economic opportunities, education, justice and healthcare. But millions of professionals devote their lives to helping others overcome inequality. From social workers to civil rights attorneys, those with a passion for fighting inequality can find fulfilling careers across dozens of professional fields. A guide from Affordable Colleges Online explores these career and education programs, provides resources for fighting inequality, and gives insights from a nonprofit professional.
Links to Resource:
- View the guide College Degrees and Careers in Social Justice from Affordable Colleges Online
- Read this article Social Unrest has Opened the Door to Learning from the Seattle Times which articulates how academia has responded to the students desiring to actively participate in societal changes
- To increase your involvement in social justice, read this article 8 Ways to Meaningfully Support Social Justice Movements from Mashable.com