Social activism

“The adjective “social” implies that the verb or noun to which it is applied is somehow more communicative, cooperative, and moderated by contact with human beings, than if it were omitted. That is, it implies that larger society has played some role in defining the idea or the principle.”
“Social” implies relationship, refers to communal activity and the boundaries between public and private, and presupposes structures of human Being.
Activism is defined as conscious action to achieve a desired result.
Social activism, then, is intentional activity that seeks to achieve change in modes of human organization.

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