All right, just one more thought. Do we have any real sense of what
it is we're talking about when we speak of injustice, or what is
social justice? How about at work: what does a socially just
workplace look like? What are our injust (is that a word?) practices?
Perhaps it would help to talk of how we experience work, and through
that come to understand more of how we experience our selves and
others within a broader social context. Seems to me this is at least
a part of what it means to be a learning organization.
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