For all those interested, the Institute's first introductory class dedicated to social justice --SJUS 100: Introduction to Social Justice -- will be offered every spring semester. Taught by Diana Morris (School of Nursing) and John Flores (Department of History, College of Arts and Sciences), SJUS 100 focuses on a few key concepts. It covers what social justice is, why it matters to all of us, and what we can do to aid in the cause of social justice. You can download the course flyer (.pdf version) here and keep an eye out for details on where the class will be taught.


To see some of the photos from the No Fear book lecture with author Marsha Coleman-Adebayo including an open dialogue with members of this class, visit the Media page here.

To get information on what the syllabus is expected to look like for future iterations of the class, see the Spring 2012 syllabus here.

Class Flyer