Tag: Social Justice

  1. Andrew Dreyfus Honored With “Building a Better Boston” Award
    Blue Cross Blue Shield of Massachusetts president & CEO was recognized for contributions to advancing the Boston region at the Center for Collaborative Leadership's Building a Better Boston award breakfast.
  2. A Day’s Work: Free Film Screening & Panel Discussion
    Find out about the changing dynamics of the temporary workplace.
  3. Linked Threats: Climate Change and Social Inequality
    As part of HUBWeek, the Sustainable Solutions Lab is co-hosting a discussion on strategies to build resilience and spark innovation in an era of climate change that also address social inequalities.
  4. “What is Legitimation?”: A Talk by Robert Simpson (Monash, Australia)
    Join the UMass Boston Philosophy Department for a talk by Robert Simpson on legitimation.
  5. Charles Mills Workshop: Liberalism, Race, and Ideology
    Join the UMass Boston Philosophy Department for the upcoming workshop: "Reflecting on the work of Charles Mills Liberalism, Race, and Ideology"
  6. Organizing For and With Massachusetts Native Peoples
    What are the shared challenges and goals of the Native American community in Massachusetts?
  7. The Speech Act of Protest
    A talk by Mathew Chrisman (Edinburgh) & Graham Hubbs (Idaho)
  8. Racial Integration and Moral Bias: A Day with Elizabeth Anderson
    Elizabeth Anderson, the John Rawls Collegiate Professor of Philosophy and Women’s Studies at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, will lead a workshop and give a lecture in the afternoon.
  9. 3rd Annual Social Justice Conference
    The 3rd Annual Social Justice Conference will focus on the history of social movements and activism, and application in current contexts.
  10. Students Discuss Privilege, Inclusion, Inequalities at Social Justice Conference
    The Office of Student Leadership and Community Engagement hosted the first annual Social Justice Conference at UMass Boston.
  11. Social Justice Conference
    Join us on Saturday, February 21 for conference sponsored by Office of Student Leadership and Community Engagement and McCormack Graduate School.
  12. Doctoral Students Collaborate on Research Project with Boston Youth Justice Partners
    Public Policy practicum course offers students real-world research experience and practical insights into the community in which they live.
  13. Older Women’s Political Activism and Contributions to Social Justice
    Mary Catherine Bateson speaks at Older Women's League event co-sponsored by McCormack Graduate School