Critical Social Justice scoffs in the face of snow delays -- we are unstoppable. Two of the CSJ events that were postponed on Monday have been rescheduled for next Monday, March 10th. Read on for more details and we hope to see everyone there to continue engaging with these important social justice issues! Critical Social … Continue reading CSJ 101 and Just Kids events rescheduled for March 10th!
ALL WEEK Feminism and Critical Social Justice Gallery – March 3rd-7th in The Commons: Mezzanine Gallery – A collaboration between Critical Social Justice and ArtWeek, this gallery will feature artwork that engages with feminism and social justice issues and values. MONDAY Critical Social Justice Fair – 11am-1pm on Main Street – Stop by the tables to learn more about various … Continue reading CSJ 2014 Events!
Kelly Martin Broderick, ’14, Gender and Women’s Studies (GWST), is Student Staff at Women’s Center at UMBC and Co-Leader of Women Involved in Learning and Leadership (WILL). A year ago, I was working at the Howard County Arts Center when Diana Marta, one of the resident artists, bought an antique dress form. While looking at the mannequin in her studio, … Continue reading What does the overlap of art and activism look like?
Amelia Meman, ’15, Gender and Women’s Studies (GWST), is Grants and Marketing Intern at UMBC’s Women’s Center, Co-Leader of Women Involved in Learning and Leadership (WILL), and Director of Events with the GWST Council of Majors, Minors, & Certificates To many, the words “Critical Social Justice” may mean little or maybe too much. Is it a … Continue reading Why “Critical Social Justice”?
The Women's Center and Student Life's Mosaic Center in partnership with the Dresher Center for the Humanities and Africana Studies are proud to announce the Humanities Forum Daphne Harrison Lecture and Critical Social Justice keynote event: "On Hip Hop, Race, and Politics: The Way We Talk About Things" by Jay Smooth Thursday, March 6th at … Continue reading Announcing the CSJ Keynote Lecture — Jay Smooth
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 … Continue reading Save The Date!