A reflection from Women’s Center Director, Jess Myers This post was originally shared on the Women's Center at UMBC's wordpress blog Last week, the Women’s Center staff completed spring training. As with all of our training days, we took the opportunity to explore our social identities in the spirit of self-exploration, team building, and a … Continue reading Social Justice Can Be Messy!
Critical Social Justice 2015 is quickly approaching and we're looking for art submissions to add to the CSJ 2015 Art Gallery! This year's CSJ theme is Creating Brave Spaces and we're asking for art submissions that explore and/or address what it means to create brave spaces. CSJ invites different types of activists -- students, teachers, artists, … Continue reading Submit Your Art to the Critical Social Justice Art Gallery!
Critical Social Justice week is fast approaching (February 16th to the 20th) and the theme this year is "Creating Brave Spaces". To unpack and explore this idea, we had the Critical Social Justice Student Alliance tell us what the theme meant to them and how we can use it in our social justice work. Emily Eaglin, incoming … Continue reading Learn more about this year’s theme Creating Brave Spaces!