Justice looks like what is said in Isaiah 11.6-9. It’s an ideal we and all the ages to come will continue to be challenged to achieve. It speaks of creation, of nature, of animals and human beings, of the environment, and of their relationships with one another and with God.
Over the ages we have grown in these relationships. They are imperfect, and we hurt one another in the process of growing further towards realizing the ideal set before us. For now, we can only continue to improve or worsen in our relationships, doing justice or injustice to ourselves and one another based on our maturity in humanity and spirituality, like in how we accept and celebrate our bodies and sexuality (‘The Vagina Monologues’ as a protest stage show), in how we use or abuse our natural resources — the land, the sea, and those who live in them (the unending conflict in the acceptance of the extractive industries, and large-scale fishing), etc.
I believe that justice will triumph in the end as prophesized in Isaiah, even as we tend to struggle to ‘force’ its realization against the nature of creation — for it takes time for things to develop, eons of ages for things to come to fruition. Thus, in the millennia to come we have to be resigned to seeing and experiencing the different faces of injustice as we long and fight for justice to come to our life at last.