Fierce debates over race, class, police and inequality may be raging across the U.S., but for Lateefah Simon, the discussion is all rather simple.
“Everyone’s talking about social justice. What is it? What does it look like? Well, it looks like less crime, less poverty, good schools, jobs we love. … It looks like peace,” the civil rights advocate said last week at her office in San Francisco. “I think everyone wants the same things. It’s really pretty basic.”