Introduction Oppression and injustice are used in this context to mean the presence of a violation of an individualÐ²Ð¢s values in accordance to the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (Deutsch 7). Oppression is experiencing repeated, widespread, and systematic injustice. According to Harvey (1999), civilized oppression comprises of all forms of oppression in everyday normal life. Therefore, is widespread and repeated injustice that is systematic and may not be not be extreme and involves the legal system (Deutsch 10). These are the deep injustices certain groups in society experience due assumptions that are often unconscious and reactions of well-meaning individuals that have ordinary interactions supported by the media and existing stereotypes and structural features within bureaucratic hierarchies and market mechanisms (Deutsch 10).