21st century social justice.

I would argue, though, that social justice by its very nature is informed by the social and cultural context within which it’s being viewed. Social justice today means something both similar and different than what it meant in the previous century. Different in the sense that it signifies today equal access to and understanding of the tools of digital creation and communication, and therefore power. And when I say “understanding,” I don’t mean simply the knowledge to make and communicate using these tools. But also the critical understanding of how these tools are used to disenfranchise the very youth who employ them just as easily as they are used to promote and amplify their own participatory voice. That every digital act represents a value system.

This is smart stuff. I think the comments are worth a read too.