Educator, Writer, & Advocate Angela Davis inspired attendees to desire a better world and ignited their inner advocate. This lecture was held on October 17th, 2013 at Seattle University and can be viewed online at Seattle Channel.
Power Mix Tape film screening and discussion was led by Saheed Adejumobi
exploring the history of the black power movement September 2013.
of Change film screening of a conversation between Tim Wise and Angela Davis
about the myth of meritocracy and entrenched inequities which covers a diverse range
of social justice issues was held October 2013.
Angela and All Political Prisoners film screening depicts the journey of Angela
Davis from college professor to the FBI's Top Ten Most Wanted List. This
screening was held on the anniversary of her arrest, October 13th at
the Northwest African American Museum.
of Abolition: From Critical Resistance to a New Way of Life film screening and
response panel discussion was led by WISH and EPIC in October 2013.
Even if you missed these events, we encourage
you to watch the films with friends or family and discuss the themes of
justice, diversity, and advocacy that are highlighted throughout the series.
This workshop was held on May 16th, 2013 to bring awareness of disproportionality to students and professionals in an innovative format. For more information go to www.rollofadice.org.
This event included a community film screening and dialogue as part of a multi-city tour of the new documentary film Cracking The Codes: The System of Racial Inequity. With this film, Shaki Butler asks America to talk about the causes and consequences of systemic inequity. Held March 13th, 2013.
Led by Dr. Elaine Gunnison, Associate Professor, College of Arts And SciencesWednesday, February 29th at 7:00pm in the Lemeiux Library and McGoldrick Learning Commons, Boeing Room 122
Led by Dr. Rebecca Hartley, College of Science and Engineering and Dr. Paulette Kidder, College of Arts and SciencesFriday, March 2nd from 12:00 - 1:30pm in Student Center 210
Led by Vivian Phillips, Seattle Theatre GroupThursday, April 19th from 7:00 - 8:30pm at Mount Zion Baptist Church, 1634 19th Avenue, Seattle, WA (Free and Open to the Public
Saturday, May 12th from 8:00 - 5:30pm in Pigott Building.
The Center for the Study of Justice in Society (CSJS) is seeking faculty seminar leaders for its Justice Faculty Fellows Program in 2012-2013. The Justice Faculty Fellows Program annually hosts two to three research seminars that seek to foster interdisciplinary and/or collaborative faculty scholarship to promote justice. Seminars are designed and led by distinguished Seattle University faculty scholars. Past topics/seminar directors include: