The likelihood that your acts of resistance cannot stop the injustice does not exempt you from acting in what you sincerely and reflectively hold to be the best interests of your community.
The Coalition for Social Justice seeks to empower the members of the St. John's School of Law community in their commitments to transitioning the institution from an inclusive institution to an actively anti-racist one.
To celebrate Black History Month, CSJ asked members of the St. John's law community to share messages of support for its Black students. They are displayed anonymously and in their original forms.
In an effort to (1) hold ourselves accountable to our purported investment in an anti-racist agenda; (2) be transparent in how we evaluate our own actions as well as the actions of our peers, faculty members and the administration; and (3) deliver on our pledge to document and codify, in unequivocal terms, the standard of commitment to the progressive pursuit and promotion of equity and justice to which all student organizations will assent, the Coalition for Social Justice published a Full Report in December 2020.
Fall Dialogue Day
The Role and Vitality of Fair Elections in a Functioning Democracy
A discussion with New York State Assemblywoman Latrice Walker and Government Affairs and Labor Professional Tara Martin.
October 30, 2020