The pandemic has resurfaced the attention of social justice initiatives in the education system. The issue has focused on the cultural equity of low socio-economic groups. The study shows the struggle for students to find resources needed to prepare for a higher education. The problem continues and intensifies because educators tend to stay away from these courageous conversations and are unprepared in knowing how to address social justice initiatives. The researcher interviewed twenty secondary school principals in a semi structured format and focused on the discussions of how principals addressed social justice initiatives on their school campuses. The results showed, as leaders, we have learned that there is still much work that needs to be done to break down the embedded injustices that lie within the educational system. We have gained a deeper insight into the social and political influences that are needed in order to break down the barriers found in the current educational system. The need to prepare school site principals for social justice initiative is greater than ever before. The researcher provides future recommendations for principals to continue to gain knowledge in addressing social justice initiatives.