The Social Justice Teach-In is designed to inspire students and community members to be active and engaged citizens, to increase their understanding of social justice issues, and to enhance their leadership skills in areas such as service, advocacy, and philanthropy. The 2019 conference was a collaboration between CWRU's Center for Civic Engagement & Learning (CCEL), CCEL Student Executive Council, Social Justice Institute, and InterReligious Task Force on Central America (IRTF). The event is held annually early in the spring semester.
Admission to the Teach-In for students is free; admission for faculty, staff, and community members is usually a modest suggested donation.
Check back later to learn more and register for the 2020 Social Justice Teach-In.
Location and Parking
The Social Justice Teach-In will kick off in the Tinkham Veale University Center located at 11038 Bellflower Road, Cleveland, Ohio 44106. Check-in will be in the first floor atrium (by the food court) and lunch and the keynote will be located in the Tinkham Veale University Center Ballroom on the 2nd floor. Street parking is available around the building. There is a fee-based parking garage located off of East Boulevard (Lot 29). View a map of CWRU's parking garages and lots.
A Note about CWRU Values
Case Western Reserve University's core values include inclusiveness and diversity. The Social Justice Teach-In aligns with these values by allowing for the critical examination of different ideas and perspectives and providing opportunities for dialogue and discussion. We ask that all participants at the Teach-In be willing to actively listen, consider viewpoints that may be different from their own, and engage with civility and respect in order to create a constructive learning environment for all.