Pulling from 15 years of experience and a lifetime living in a country that relies on mass incarceration, University of Chicago professor Reuben Jonathan Miller discussed his new book "Halfway Home: Race, Punishment, and the Afterlife of Mass Incarceration."
Social Justice Archives
Social Justice Archives February 2021
With a death rate significantly higher than the national average, there is no reason people with disabilities should not be a vaccination priority.
After debuting their jerseys for the season, the women's basketball team drummed up conversation around the issues that matter to them. Five players told the Loyolan what the statement they wear on the court means to them.
First Amendment Week (FAW) exists to celebrate champions of expression and to encourage others to exercise that freedom. When ESPN sportswriter Jemele Hill was a FAW Speaker, she explained her philosophy for social justice as an incremental battle: "Try your best to get people to move 10%, r…
The protests in India have not gotten much attention in the United States or on campus. Sikh Student Association is doing something about it.
Professor Tyson joined LMU students and faculty to discuss how justice in the aftermath of sexual violence can alternatively be handled through community.
Actress and playwright Ngozi Anyanwu discussed issues of social justice with LMU students at the first PRISM speaker series event of the year.
Biden certainly is not perfect, and should be subject to reasonable critique. However, he has already taken a number of steps forward for social justice.
Students improve social justice debate skills through the Communication Arts and Advocacy Program.
A webinar sponsored by CSJ Center for Reconciliation and Justice held a panel of LGBTQ experts to discuss challenges facing older LGBTQ adults. The panelists challenged the invisibility of this community in their discussion of the political, cultural and financial challenges older LGBTQ folks navigate.