Groupon and the UN World Food Programme are launching a daily deal across Southeast Asia to support girl empowerment through school meals.
Archive for March, 2013
An ordinance was approved to provide space for the first black firefighters museum to be created in Chicago.
Erasing the Distance has created a show in partnership with Chicago organizations to depict the lives of Asian Americans affected by mental health issues.
By Maddy VanderVeen
School of Social Work ’14
Jumpstart Team Leader
Social Justice is alive.
She is shy. Her intervention is subtle. She guides the words of the educator teaching her young students to talk out their conflicts and embrace their diversity…
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From March 3 through March 17, the Coalition of Immokalee Workers is leading a march from Fort Myers, Florida to Lakeland, Florida to advocate for farm worker’s rights.
After her child was affected by bullying, one mother fights for justice through new laws and awareness.
Student environmental groups are joining together to push the university to adopt more responsible food purchases by the year 2020 through the Grow Change Campaign.
After the shooting death of 6-month-old Jonylah Watkins on Tuesday March 12, Chicago communities affected by gun violence pledge to take back their communities and city.
By Colleen Kelley
School of Social Work
After four years of volunteering, exposure to social injustice and countless stories from clients, I would define social justice as opportunity and access. As a social work major, I have been thrown onto the front lines of inequality and injustice and have seen social injustice first hand. Prior to my work on the front lines I had no clue what…