The Assembly for Justice is made up of undergraduates, graduate students, community members and has also had involvement on the faculty side, both from IC and CU. Many faculty members have also come out publicly in support of our work and will be meeting with us about the development of course requirements and/or social justice oriented education. We are a group of people that are both activists and students of things like systems of oppression, gender, critical race theory, development, sociology, ethnic or area studies etc. Basically, we know what we stand for and we want to change campus culture in a way that is just, intellectually informed, and as effective as possible. We are dedicated to social justice and we will work with students, admin, faculty, and staff to create a safe and just climate on campus.
- Five actionable items presented to President Skorton, Dean Hubbell, and VP Opperman on October 22nd
- Email sent to President Skorton before meeting with the administration on Monday, October 22nd, 2012
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- First Meeting With President Skorton, VP Susan Murphy, and Mary Opperman recording 9/21/12
- Assembly for Justice on Sexual Violence