The Mentor Leader by Tony Dungy
This book really doesn't focus on injustices so it was very hard to find one as an example. The only example that I was able to find was very smallAfter rereading through one of the chapters I found a part where Tony went to a Chick-Fil-a and ordered food, after receiving his food and driving away he realized that his order was completely wrong. This injustice was not on purpose, but it was still not right. Instead of Tony going back to Chick-Fil-A, he decided that eating the food he received was a step as a Mentor Leader, because instead of taking the food back and possibly ruining a worker's day, he could brush it off and be thankful for the food he was given. I know that this doesn't answer the second part of the blog, but the injustice was not a major crime. The book doesn't contain a lot of big events, but tells about small things that can affect how one is seen as a leader.