During the Policing L.A. Forum, LMU faculty elaborated on their work with George Gascón to bring about progressive change in L.A. County’s criminal justice system.
Social Justice Archives
Social Justice Archives January 2021
In an hour rife with hard political data and dry humor, LMU's Global Policy Institute hosted one of Politico's top 50 political influencers.
"Honestly, there are no challenges, only rewards," José Miguel Camacho said while reflecting on his POC-centered art initiative.
Many Americans are disenchanted with politicians' default being calls for unity, as the sentiment is a little too reminiscent of the empty 'thoughts and prayers.' Action will do more for unity than any nice tweet.
Students and professors attended a virtual teach-in created by the history department to connect the recent U.S. inauguration of President Joe Biden to other historical transitions of power.
This month, unprecedented violence at the U.S. Capitol building disturbed Americans across the country and President Trump faced his second impeachment as a culmination to a presidency rife with controversy. Three LMU students want him out of the Oval Office sooner rather than later.
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.