Social Justice Week 2015: "A New Generation Of Activism"

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Social Justice Week 2015: "A New Generation Of Activism"

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Presented by the 59th Emory College Council #SJW2015 This year marks the 3rd annual Social Justice Week (SJW) and the 15th annual State of Race (SoR). In March 2013 as the Emory community continued engaging in more social justice issues, SJW was born to raise awareness around issues of diversity, social justice, sexual assault and bullying on Emory's campus. It offers the Emory community an opportunity to dialogue and engage beyond the conversations of SoR. Monday 2/16 [CC] State of Race - ft. Lee Mun Wah Location: Cox Hall Ballroom Time: 7pm - 9pm Tuesday 2/17 [HOAP] "Faces of Homelessness' Location: Winship Ballroom Time: 7:30pm - 8:30pm Wednesday 2/18 [LiNK] Chipotle Chat: Refugees and North Korea Location: Eagle’s Landing Time: 6pm -7:30pm Thursday 2/19 [NAACP] Movie Screening of Selma Location: WHSCAB Auditorium Time: 7:30pm -10pm Friday 2/20 [SAB] Social Justice Networking Night (SAB) Location: Winship Ballroom Time: 5:30pm - 7:30pm Saturday 2/21 [BEU] BLACKtivism in a "Post-Racial" Society Conference Location: Math and Science Center Time: 8:30am - 6pm

By: Emory College Council

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