Social injustice in art refers to the use of art to address and critique issues of inequality, discrimination, and other forms of social injustice. This can take many forms, from visual art that directly addresses a specific issue to more subtle forms of commentary that may be embedded within the artwork itself. The goal of addressing social injustice in art is to shed light on how certain individuals or groups are marginalized or oppressed and to inspire change by challenging the existing power structures and norms that contribute to these injustices. By raising awareness about these issues, art can play a powerful role in promoting social justice and fostering positive societal change.