Justice is a majorly complicated concept that only seems fitting to study and work on developing our own personal philosophies about due to the world we live in today. For the past couple months, we have been studying a range of ethics, philosophies of justice, films and readings. We learned about utilitarianism, libertarianism, John Rawls’ justice as fairness, the Dalai Lama's perspective on justice and fairness, environmental/racial/economic justice, etc. As a class we also watched two film's: True Justice, which is about the racism that occurs in the courtroom, and Beyond Standing Rock. We also held a debate about what the most just use of the Bears Ears land is. In order to bring our knowledge and personal beliefs to a deeper level, we also were tasked with writing two justice monologues. The first one was about the overarching concept of justice and what it means to us, and the second one allowed us the freedom to choose any environmental case and reflect on the injustices that played a part in it and how our personal philosophy tied in. Our final task for this unit was the Justice Project. We were able to choose our area of injustice and what project we wanted to work on to either raise awareness about or work on a solution based project. My group of about 10 students decided to create a magazine with a collaboration of all of our personal projects ranging from op-eds, to art pieces, to photography, to writing pieces that focused on racial injustice around our local area with the goal of raising up the voices of often overshadowed BIPOC community members.