Articles tagged: social justice

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“Running as a revolt”: How a new generation of runners is redefining the sport

As a concept, running is a sport that can come hand-in-hand with scrutiny. Many people who don’t run—and even sometimes those who do—might have ideas about what it means to... Read more


The power of paint—graffiti and its pursuit of justice

Graffiti is an expression of hope, a demand for justice, and a representation of community solidarity.


Georgetown professors take part in nationwide Scholar Strike

Georgetown professors joined in on the nationwide Scholar Strike on Sept. 8 and 9 to show support for the Black Lives Matter movement and draw attention to police brutality directed... Read more


“This Is Punk Rock Time”

“Kick over the wall ’cause government’s to fall. How can you refuse it? Let fury have the hour, anger can be power. Do you know that you can use it?” ... Read more


Educators Shed Light On Curriculum Inequities

Dr. Bree Picower and Dr. Paul Gorski led a discussion on curriculum inequities and social justice based curriculum as part of a larger series on “Excellence and Identity in Education.”,... Read more


Rev. Charles Currie remembered for life as social justice champion

Former Georgetown professor and longtime human rights advocate Rev. Charles Currie, S.J. passed away on Jan. 4 in D.C. after a brief illness. He was 88. Georgetown honored Currie with... Read more


Sister Simone Campbell addresses Catholic social justice in Sacred Lecture Series

Sister Simone Campbell, executive director of NETWORK Lobby for Catholic Social Justice, discussed the public element of spirituality on Wednesday, Jan. 31, 2018 in Dahlgren Chapel. The event, titled “From... Read more


Service Beyond The Hilltop: CSJ Turns 15

The Center for Social Justice Research, Teaching, and Service will celebrate its 15th anniversary during the upcoming Social Justice Week, held from February 20 to 26. Established the same weekend... Read more