A reflection written by Jess Myers, Women's Center Director The last time I passed by this wall was in February 2015. Before the murder of Freddie Gray. Before the Baltimore Uprisings. Before... I don't remember what was on this wall, if anything. But walking down Greenmount Avenue yesterday afternoon on my way to visit the Monument … Continue reading While on Greenmount Ave. & Oliver St.
Critical Social Justice organizers Jess Myers, Zach Kosinski, and Jasmine Malhotra share a few of their thoughts on activism, their personal and professional experiences as activists, and social media's role in activism. JASMINE: I think about the feelings of social justice activism as being something that infuses within all parts of your life. Social justice activism … Continue reading Authenticity in Activism: Reflections from CSJ Organizers
Critical Social Justice organizers Amelia Meman, Lisa Gray, and Megan Tagle Adams share a few of their thoughts about self-care in/as social justice work. AMELIA: Coming up on CSJ 2015, I'm thinking about generosity, compassion, and sustainability, especially in regard to how these connect with movement building and the self. I think about generosity in regard … Continue reading Thoughts on Self-Care and Social Justice