After watching the pre-readings, I realized that too many people are being displaced away from their land just because they do not hold enough power. In my vision for a just future, people who have ancestrally lived on a piece of land will have the right to continue to live with the land. There will be no division between anyone regardless of class or skin color because everyone and every culture is valuable.
(Please correct me if this solution is unfeasible or impractical)
To help eliminate the Procedural Dimension of Injustice, we can adopt councils as a new method of decision-making. This will allow us to include local or First Nations representatives so that every kind of voice is heard. I believe this is the most important dimension to tackle because once people start seeing a diversity of people taking part in decision-making, everyone will have a more equal position of power. Previously (even now), most people in the chairs of decision-making are Caucasian. This makes marginalized communities invisible because no one sees them on the media. By taking action in including more diversity in decision-making, we can equally distribute power to every group of people, and with the right allocation of power we can easily fix the recognitional and distributional dimensions too.
I believe that in a utopian future where racism and discrimination are eradicated, my vision will easily come into reality.