The Campolo Institute for Applied Research in Social Justice invites the entire Eastern University community, students, staff, faculty, alumni, administrators, and friends, to join us for Justice Talks. Modeled after TED Talks, this event is designed to engage our community in deliberations about important social justice issues, theories, and practices as presented by our own faculty. We've scheduled these Justice Talks at a time when we hope many are available. We're providing a light reception to hold you until dinner. Further, we are committed to ending within an hour and 15 minutes. We hope this entices you to join us in enlightening reflection and discussion to continue cultivating our culture of social justice, consistent with Eastern University's mission.
Time & Location
Justice Talks will be presented from 5:00- 6:15 p.m. in the Eastern University Baird Library (St. Davids, PA 19087)
January 25th- Dr Tyler Flynn: Is Social Justice Possible Today: Reflections on The Progressive Era?
February 22nd- Dr. Drick Boyd: Spirituality for Social Justice: Hints from the Writings of Paulo Freire
March 29- Dr. Kathy-Ann Hernandez: Social Justice as Being