1. Rothstien 2014 describe 4 ways in which resource equality is not enough to promote social justice. One of these examples described is with communities predominately of color their are a lack of physicians thus creating a lack of preventative health care. When considering our practices although all of our clients/students have have “equal” access to resources within the room/building etc. their maybe barries limiting their access to these resource potential they are unable to see the smart within the classroom, or are frequently outside due to the lack of preventative health. 

2. In my particular setting the best way I can work to promote social justice is to continue to look at the greater environmental effects (outside of our direct setting) effecting our clients behavior. As well as challenging our  RBTs to take these into consideration as well when we evaluate behavior. 

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