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Gary Hardie, Jr., policy and advocacy director at the Social Justice Learning Institute, told Inside Edition Digital that “the most significant social justice issues of 2020 are some of the same issues that have been at the center of social justice efforts for decades.”

Read below for more on the social justice issues that this year were the focus for many.

About two-thirds, or 65% of Americans say the federal government is not doing enough to address climate change, according to the Pew Research Center.

Their deaths were part of what triggered some of the most historic social justice movements the U.S. has ever seen, according to experts.

In a Year Full of Losses, 2020 Saw the Deaths of Several Social Justice Pillars, Which in Part Roused Advocates to LeadThis year, the world lost some notable social justice heroes.

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