March 3rd-7th, 2014
Hosted by the Women’s Center at UMBC
with Student Life’s Mosaic Center
Responding to ongoing conversations about inclusivity and sociopolitical organizing happening both in and outside the classroom, the UMBC Women’s Center with Student Life’s Mosaic Center is coordinating an inaugural interdisciplinary programming campaign on the theme “Critical Social Justice: Engaging in Difficult Dialogues” to be held March 3rd through 7th, 2014.
This weeklong series of events will explore social justice in both theory and practice from academic, activist, and artistic perspectives. By examining the margins and intersections of identities, disciplines, and movements, we hope to take a crucial look at the various forms of social justice work and re-imagine a more inclusive and self-reflexive future.
Contact Megan Tagle Adams at firstname.lastname@example.org for further information.