A Project for Better Journalism chapter
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Is there justice without injustice? The answer to this question is no. There is no justice without injustice. Can justice be eradicated in total? Justice can not be eradicated in total because justice is chaos and very much bias. You never get your fair of justice. It is always served based on law, ethnicity, religion, moral belief or equity. Justice shows how injustice can be serve in gender roles. And by serving injustice is how a lot of movement, like feminism, black lives matter, and more are created. Wherever there is justice, there is also injustice. Keep that in mind and never forget. You can eradicate justice in culture but not in individuals, never.