Visit to Palestine
Visits by people from small American farms to the poverty-stricken farmers of Zimbabwe would be a form of transforming injustice tourism if those visits provided an opportunity for both farming communities to learn more about the realities of present-day global economic processes and then seek mutually beneficial strategies to begin chipping away at these walls of injustice. Even though these two communities may not be physically or verbally abusing each other, peace can not exist as long as the injustice of this economic system remains intact causing some to suffer. These walls of injustice must be torn down so that peace can flow freely between the two communities and human dignity can flourish.
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