Co-Sponsored Initiatives

In addition to co-presenting the "Fair Trade & Social Justice Festival" as part of the 2014 De La Salle Week, the SJCC is pleased to co-sponsor seven initiatives in the 2013-2014 academic year.
  • A reading and discussion group in Spring 2014 on Chris Mayo's "LGBTQ Youth and Eductation,"  coordinated by KSOE faculty Raina Leon.
  • "Wo/Men's Leadership Conference," March 8, 2014, and the band Las Cafeteras, sponsored by the Women's Resource Center.
  • Support for student Elise Miranda to implement a healthy food education program as part of her engaged research with Politics Professor Patrizia Longo and the Student Leadership in Civic Engagement (SLICE) program.
  • "Arabian Night: One Thousand and One Misconceptions," March 31,2014, the inaugural Middle Eastern cultural night sponsored by the Middle Eastern Club in conjunction with the Intercultural Center.
  • Anniversary celebration of the High Potential Program, coordinated by Student Engagement & Academic Success.
  • "Community Engagement Retreat" for students in the MFA in Creative Writing to reflect on their social justice internship experiences.
  • "8th Annual Social Justice Institute," June 16-17, 2014, presented by CILSA and Leadership Studies Programs, featuring Reverend Deborah Lee and Claudia Horwitz.

In 2012-2013, the SJCC co-sponsored the following:

  • "Healing the Heart of Democracy, by Parker J. Palmer," student, faculty, and staff reading and discussion groups, multiple dates in November 2012. The lead coordinator of this was the SJCC.
  • "HomeTOWN Security," a lecture with Majora Carter, November 13, 2012. The lead coordinator was CILSA.
  • "Critical Race Theory & Microagressions," a lecture and workshops with Daniel Solorzano, Ph.D., February 20-21, 2013. The lead coordinator of this was the Kalmanovitz School of Education.
  • "7th Annual Social Justice Institute," featuring Dean Elias, Ed.D., Elissa Perry, MFA, and George Quickley, Ph.D., SJ, June 17-18, 2013. The lead coordinators of this were Leadership Studies Programs and CILSA.