This widely circulated poster of three people watching a baseball game from behind a fence labels the left panel "Equallity" and the right panel "Justice." Above the panels, the poster asserts that the words do not mean the same thing. This image could provoke and frame a discussion of political, economic and social issues that turn on our definitions (explicit or implicit) of justice and equality, such as access for the disabled, affirmative action, or progressive taxation.
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What assumptions do we make about people who are disabled or able-bodied?What do we mean by "accessibility"? How do we make the world accessible?What does justice for all look like, when considering people with disabilities?Why do we label people as "disabled"? What impact does it have?Can there be justice without equality?What is justice? How do we recognize it?