A social justice activist knows what being involved in activism entails. It's about community. It's not a one-man crusade show. If you consider yourself an activist, recognize that defining yourself by that isn't the action. The action is being there and doing the work with and for others.
Social Justice Archives March 2019
“Leaders Within the Immigration Justice Movement” took place at Seaver 100 from 6-8 p.m on Tuesday, March 26. The event was a part of Immigration Awareness Week, which was organized by Resilience, LMU’s immigration rights club.
The subject of English is popularized by timeless authors like Shakespeare, Ernest Hemingway and Oscar Wilde, but the same authors and stories that make the English subject so esteemed also reveal its deficiency. The English subject doesn't function in a vacuum, it is naturally wide-ranging …
While celebrities have the power to bring more attention to important issues concerning social injustices, can they appoint themselves as leaders of movements they have no affiliation to?
The immigration rights activist and support group on campus, RESILIENCE, denounced the Trump administration's announcement to fund the wall along the southern border. RESILIENCE stands against the claim that there is a "southern border crisis."
Consistent governmental violence and peaceful demonstrations in Sudan drove the Sudanese community of Southern California to come together, bring awareness and call for action to Sudan's unrest for their L.A. community.
Finals are a difficult time for everyone, and for students with DSS, accommodations, finals have become more than stressful. We are forgotten and left out.
Florida and other states enact anti-protest legislation.