# Social justice
The City of Manteca, CA rescinds proclamation of the Hindu Swayamsevak Sangh (HSS)
After nearly four hours of controversy and arguments from dozens of Manteca residents, Manteca Mayor Benjamin Cantu and council members of Manteca, California voted to rescind a January 18, 2022 proclamation that was given to the Hindu Swayamsevak Sangh (HSS).
Opinion: Social Injustice Is self-Inflicted
The First Step Towards Social Injustice Is To Deny Your Individuality!. We are familiar with a few ideological buzzwords such as Social justice, injustice, and liberty. We are programmed to create that illusion of an ideal image of brotherhood under the so-called "collective conscience" and then build our lives around them.
Opinion: Why Are We So Adamant About Upholding Social Justice?
The Accord Between Our Individuality And Being Subordinate To Society Is Continually Under Rectification. Life in a collective sense swirls around our collective consciousness. Its fundamental necessity is the set of common sentiments, ideas, and moral mindsets. Our life in commune with the other individuals in our little world exploits the aforementioned unifying forces, which go beyond expressly moral conscience to a shared understanding of social norms.
Opinion: I'm Trying Not to Disassociate From the World Around Me, but It's Hard
My brain is working hard to protect me from my compassion fatigue. Yesterday, I was enjoying lunch out with my partner. We were sipping our cocktails when news about the Highland Park Fourth of July Parade shooting flashed over our heads on the bar’s television.
Race hustling, black equity, and the student loan debt debate (Opinion)
In today’s episode of how to use blacks and race hustling in any political agenda. Let’s talk about it!. On April 6, President Joe Biden announced that his administration would extend the student loan repayment pause through Aug. 31, 2022.
SparkBrary Shares Social Justice, BLM and Other Provocative Books
SparkBrary, a project of an Oregon 8th grader, shares provocative books about social justice, racial issues, Black Lives Matter topics, and more in a free kiosk
A 7-year-old Special Needs Child was Assaulted by a Montgomery ISD Special Education Counselor
Christa Tatem, A Montgomery Independent School District Special Education Counselor was recommended for termination after an October 2021 classroom surveillance video from Madeley Ranch Elementary School surfaced showing the attack of a 7-year old African American disabled child.
The Black-white homeownership gap has grown. Here are ways to reverse that.
By Juliet Martinez with additional reporting by Khaleelah Ali Muhammad. A lower percentage of Black Americans own homes now than before the Fair Housing Act was passed in 1968. But resources exist for those who want to become first-time homeowners.
Giant Eagle launches "mobile market" to help Pittsburgh communities in need
Produce section at grocery store.Woodkern/Getty Images (Canva Pro license.) Last week Giant Eagle launched their new "mobile market" service targeted at residents of Pittsburgh communities that are considered "food deserts" or that do not have easy access to grocery stores.
Monday in San Francisco: Residents remember Vicha Ratanapakdee's death 1 year later, no rain until mid-Feb and more
(Justin Sullivan/Getty Images) Welcome back to another daily roundup of San Francisco stories for Jan. 31. San Francisco Muni anticipates transit delays Monday and Tuesday. The San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency says to expect systemwide delays for the next two days, NBC Bay Area reports.