I'm glad that people getting degrees in Art History, French and Creative Writing notice there is injustice in the world. I'm glad they are outraged about it. I'm often dismayed how shocked they are about injustice that has existed for hundreds of years, but we all become aware of the world at different times. I do however, have a hard reality to share.
An English major at some fancy university is quite unlikely to make any headway against that injustice.
Why? They are going to enter the world after university with some great tools, but not tools or skills that will enable them to really make a difference. Sure, they can use perfect grammar when expressing their outrage on Facebook or at Starbucks, but they don't have the tools to gain the power, influence or money to change the world in any substantial way.
The people who change the world need the influence to do so. They need to be a charismatic and powerful speaker in a position of importance. They need to have money behind them to get their message out. They need to be politicians or lobbyists. They need to start non-profits. They need to be able to influence and write legislation.
If you want to change the world, you need to be a lawyer. Or a politician. Or have an understanding of business, community organization. Be a politically connected cultural leader, like clergy. Have money to put into your causes. You need to be a traditionally successful person to change the system. It's great we have people who are passionate about a degree in Women's Studies and have a desire to change the world in a substantial way. But it's highly unlikely they will. It takes power, money or influence to change the world. If fighting injustice is really your goal, then you need to follow a path that gives you that power, money or influence.