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Social Justice

Address inequalities in wealth, privilege, and access to resources that are based on differences of an individual’s identity.

Social Justice

Through your experiences in the Social Justice track you will:

  • Understand socio-cultural inequalities of systems of power, privilege, and oppression.
  • Develop critical self-reflexivity through identify exploration in the context of complex, intersecting systems of power, privilege, and oppression.
  • Be able to describe positionality and how it informs commitment to diversity and social justice.
  • Explore and recognize diverse perspectives and lived experiences in relation to positionality and systems of power, privilege, and oppression.
  • Examine impact of positionality in navigating systems of power, privilege, and oppression to advance social justice.
  • Apply knowledge of positionality and systems of power, privilege, and oppression.

 

Mentor

  • Tracy Ore, Sociology

 

Quality Assurance Team

  • Mary Clifford, Associate Professor, Department of Criminal Justice and Lead Organizer, Community Anti-Racism Education Initiative (C.A.R.E.)
  • Melissa Prescott, Associate Professor, Diversity and Inclusion Librarian
  • Christine Metzo, Director of Academic Initiatives

 

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