Social Justice Mondays

What is Social Justice Mondays?

  • Social Justice Mondays is a weekly series that aims to create a forum to bring awareness and encourage discussion about the many issues that surround the idea of "social justice" in order to help strengthen the social justice community of students, faculty and staff at the law school.
  • Social Justice Mondays references the Social Justice Coalition's definition of "social justice" (insert link to definition) when developing the series.
  • ATJI works with students to organize weekly programs with support from the Social Justice Coalition and the Student Bar Association.
  • Join us every Monday at noon in C5. A simple soup lunch is served.
  • For additional readings and suggested resources relating to Social Justice Monday topics, please visit the Law Library's Social Justice Monday Blog.

How can I get involved with Social Justice Mondays?

  • Attend! Come every Monday and participate in our discussions.
  • Organize! Help plan a Social Justice Monday!  We invite students, student organizations, faculty, and/or staff to submit proposals for a program/event idea. Please see the Social Justice Mondays Event Proposal Guidelines for more information.

How can I find out about Social Justice Mondays that I missed?

  • Listen to recordings of previous Social Justice Mondays.
  • Click here to see descriptions of Spring 2014 Social Justice Mondays.
  • Click here to see descriptions of Fall 2013 Social Justice Mondays.
  • Click here to see descriptions of Spring 2013 Social Justice Mondays.
  • Click here to see descriptions of Fall 2012 Social Justice Mondays.
  • For additional readings and suggested resources relating to Social Justice Monday topics, please visit the Law Library's Social Justice Monday Blog.

Who do I contact for more information?

If you have any additional questions, contact ATJI Director Diana Singleton at singletd@seattleu.edu.

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