The social justice action series is a partnership between students, faculty and staff to deepen our shared understanding about equity, activism and our profession. Launched in the fall of 2017 this project is taking root, with strong and thoughtful leadership from a dedicated team of social work students.
The Fall 2018 series launched on August 17th with a voter registration drive for new graduate students. The series continued on Monday August 27th with the viewing of the Silence Sam documentary followed by a shared meal and conversation with the student activists who created the film. There will be more information about voting in September to kick start the year. The theme for 2018 centers on lifting up the many different ways that social workers can engage on issues that impact the people they serve. For links to recordings from the 2017 series, please click here. For information on upcoming events check out that section of the website.