The principle of Ujima (Collective Work and Responsibility) teaches us that we must build the good and sustainable com-munities, societies and world we all want and deserve to live in and leave to those af-ter us. This means, as Dr. Mary McLeod Be-thune taught us, that "We must remake the world. The task is nothing less than that." This means engaging and solving the major problems of the world, including: poverty; famine and food insecurity; housing; envi-ronmental degradation; economic security; HIV/AIDS and other health issues; educa-tion; racism; sexism; corporate plunder; war; occupation; crime and the criminal injustice system.
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