One question that you are likely to have, while launching a social justice newsletter, is the one on what exactly the newsletter will be focusing on. The answer to this question should be obvious: that the newsletter should be mainly focusing on issues that are related to social justice. But as we all know, the social justice field is a broad one. And pretty much everything in this world has a social justice angle to it. One therefore has to narrow down to some specific issues/theme areas.
Among the issues that you can pay special attention to in your social justice newsletter are:
- Labor relations issues: one area where social injustice can easily creep in is that of labor relations. Therefore, it makes a great deal of sense to have a section in your social justice newsletter that deals with labor relations issues. In dealing with labor relations issues, you don’t have to focus on the negative. If there are any positive stories, then, by all means, give them coverage in your newsletter. Remember, some of the readers of your social justice newsletter may be folks who are in search of inspiration. You may be looking, for instance, at a CVS Health worker who has just gone to the myhr cvs login page, signed in, and found a damning appraisal report. This sort of person would then be looking for some uplifting literature. And if you happen to have some positive labor relations stories in your newsletter, the person in question here would be quite well served.
- Social safety net issues: one of the avenues through which social justice is achieved is that of social safety nets. It therefore makes sense to give some coverage to issues related to social safety nets in your social justice newsletter.
- Educational issues: yet another avenue through which social justice is achieved is that of education. It is therefore a good idea to give some coverage to educational issues, with a social justice angle, in your newsletter.
- Law enforcement issues: this is another area where social injustice can easily creep in, making it a good area to focus on in your social justice newsletter.