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Social Justice is not about gender; it’s Justice for all; by Norbert Govin

Social Justice is the relationship between the balance between individuals and society measured by how wealth, personal freedoms, opportunities, and privileges are distributed. It’s fair treatment for all people without exclusions. Some injustices have a global character, such as poverty and the lack of opportunity for African-Americans, and even more…

Robert Smalls, recognized for his bravery and skill, became one of the first African American pilots in the United States Navy.

Robert Smalls was born into slavery in Beaufort, South Carolina. At age twelve, Smalls was sent to Charleston to find work. Sending slaves to the city to “hire themselves out” was common in the nineteenth century. Enslaved people were required to send any money they made home to their enslavers.…

Why did Russia’s reforms during reconstruction fail?

One of the most extraordinary experiences I had in my life was having lived in Russia from 1986 to 1993. ​​Mikhail Gorbachev and the Communist Party’s initial idea was to reform socialism, not overthrow it, modernize it, and bring prosperity to the Soviet Union. However, as the Russian saying goes,…