Social justice is the view that everyone deserves equal rights and opportunities this includes the right to good health yet today there are inequities in health that are avoidable unnecessary and unjust. A social justice approach to population health challenges us to deal with these underlying concerns to recognize that racism socioeconomic inequality gender discrimination and hate to name a few have negative consequences for health and that we simply cannot improve the health of populations without tackling these foundational causes a point made repeatedly and eloquently in a large body of public health literature. Along these lines social justice in public health would be defined such as the idea that societies as a whole have the responsibility to use the resources and skills they have to provide for and. Since public health intersects with human rights and social justice issues its important for public health professionals to build connections and collaborate with professionals in other sectors including education business transportation and housing as well as community and faith based organizations
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