Couldn’t attend CSJ: Ignite 101? No problem! We have all the information you need. This Round-Up was written by Women’s Center staff member Shrijana Khanal. Critical Social Justice officially kicked off today with CSJ 101: Ignite! The presenters and leaders for this event were the Women’s Center’s very own Amelia Meman and Jess Myers. When … Continue reading CSJ: Ignite 101 Round-Up!
Get ready for Critical Social Justice: Ignite with our What You Need to Know series. Written By Becca Mann, Mosaic Intern for Gender Equity, Social Justice, and Inclusion and Carlos Turcios, Coordinator for Student Diversity and Inclusion in Campus Life. The term undocumented immigrant relates to a foreign-born person who is currently living in another … Continue reading What You Need To Know About the Undocumented Immigrant Experience
Get ready for Critical Social Justice: Ignite with our What You Need to Know series. Written by Women’s Center student staff member Alexia Petasis. The theme for this year’s Critical Social Justice (CSJ) was partially inspired from the iconic scene in The Lord of The Rings: The Return of the King where beacons are sequentially lit (it’s really good, … Continue reading What You Need to Know About CSJ Ignite 101
When you need to look up information on the internet, Google is the number one site we typically go to. If you type in “Indigenous Peoples’ Day,” or “Aretha Franklin,” the first result will likely be an article on Wikipedia.
Activism can be defined as a “practice that emphasizes direct vigorous action especially in support of or opposition to one side of a controversial issue.” This can come in many forms and finding your own voice as an activist can be challenging.