Human Rights. This undercuts all the other attempts to define and look at injustice. Every infringement on a person or family or group that lessens them and their humanity is a violation of their Human Rights. This is the undercut to the institutional maltreatment of others. It is the decision that someone is less human than you. It is the permission you give yourself to hate, or that someone gives themself to hate you or your race or your religion... unfortunately the list goes on. Look at the chaos brought upon the human race by disregard for the humanity of any one group or person (World War II, the Jim Crow era in the US). There is a Universal Declaration of Human Rights. It assigns and defines 30 different rights that each of us has, just because we are human. When we violate the rights of someone else, we diminish ourselves. If you have a younger sibling, you may recognize that oddly nagging feeling after you have asserted your seniority just because you can, especially when they were right and you knew it.
Look around.I am sure you can find areas where our family of man needs some help. One of these is "Food and shelter for all". This is how it is written in the Youth for Human Rights publications. It is article 25, and the original statement begins, "1. Everyone has the right to a standard of living adequate for the health and well-being of himself and of his family, including food, clothing, housing and medical care and necessary social services, and...". It goes on, but I am sure you understand. My favorite one is article 24. In the youth version it says, "The Right to Play." A necessary respite during the year of Coronavirus and the USA election season. "Human rights must be a fact not an idealistic dream." said L. Ron Hubbard. Education in the thirty human rights will help.