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Mutual Aid: One for All and All for One
Nandi is a student staff member in the Women’s Center and a Junior English major. Mutual aid, as a concept, is based in anarchism and the work of Petr Kropotkin. His work, “Mutual...
April 1, 2020
Sitting with discomfort: a social justice imperative
Author’s note: The following reflection on discomfort stems from the alumni discussion the Women’s Center hosted as an introduction to Critical Social Justice keynote speaker Deanna Zandt....
November 21, 2018
CSJ: Ignite 101 Round-Up!
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...
October 22, 2018
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 Becca Mann, Mosaic Intern for Gender Equity, Social Justice, and Inclusion and Carlos Turcios,...
October 22, 2018
What You Need to Know About CSJ Ignite 101
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...
October 20, 2018
What You Need to Know About Editing Wikipedia
Get ready for Critical Social Justice: Ignite with our What You Need to Know series. Written by Courtney Hobson, Coordinator in the Dresher Center for the Humanities. When you need to look up...
October 15, 2018
What You Need to Know About Art & Activism
Get ready for Critical Social Justice: Ignite with our What You Need to Know series. Written by Alexia Petasis. Activism can be defined as a “practice that emphasizes direct vigorous action...
October 10, 2018
What You Need to Know About The Monument Quilt
This post was originally created by Sydney Phillips last fall for Critical Social Justice: Rise and was posted to the Critical Social Justice blog. The Monument Quilt display was sadly rained out...
April 13, 2018
Music, Movies, and #MeToo
A critical look at the #MeToo movement and its limitations by student staff member, Sydney. Trigger Warning: This blog deals with Harvey Weinstein, Dr. Luke, and sexual violence/harassment;...
February 19, 2018
Critical Social Justice: Rise Photo Recap
The fifth annual Critical Social Justice explored opportunities for building individual and collective resistance and resilience. Events throughout the week, the theme of Rise, challenged us to...
November 3, 2017
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