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[939 Princeton St.
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Q: What is human rights?
A: Human rights are fundamental rights and freedoms that every individual is entitled to, regardless of their nationality, race, gender, religion, or any other characteristic. These rights include the right to life, liberty, equality, and dignity, among others.

Q: Why are human rights important?
A: Human rights are essential for the well-being and dignity of every individual. They provide a framework for fairness, justice, and equality in society. Protecting and promoting human rights ensures that individuals can live with freedom, security, and respect.

Q: What is social justice?
A: Social justice refers to the fair and equitable distribution of resources, opportunities, and privileges in society. It aims to address systemic inequalities and promote equal rights and opportunities for all individuals, regardless of their background or social status.