- The Black Angels: A Nurses Story - Film Screening with Director Demetra Hampton
- October 14
Join Student Affairs for a special event in the Social Justice Series - a film screening of The Black Angels: A Nurse's Story. Filmmaker Denetra Hampton will join us for a screening followed by a discussion and reception.
The Black Angels were African American nurse who risked their lives to care for patients with TB when there was no cure, and white nurses refused. The untold story is out of Staten Island, NY, Seaview Hospital.
- We're All in this Together: Diversity, Values, and Justice
- October 16
We’re All in this Together: Diversity, Values, and Justice, October 16, SPH Room W5008, 12:00 – 1:30 p.m.
Join us for session one in the Social Justice Workshop Series on Shared Values with Keilah Jacques from SOURCE.
Values guide our decisions, impact our perspectives, and shape our experiences. In identifying and sharing values, we create opportunities to engage and connect with people of diverse backgrounds in meaningful ways. The construction of shared values are a starting point for social justice in action. This session aligns with the SON commitment to creating an inclusive community that facilitates engagement among diverse populations both internally and externally.
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- Unpacking Privilege Unlocking Justice
- November 06
Social Identity. Social Justice. Privilege. What does it all mean?
Please join Session 3 of the Social Justice Series – This 90 minute interactive workshop will highlight the ways in which we all enjoy privilege based on being members of social and personal identity groups. The goal of the workshop is to identify specific ways we can use our privilege to create a more just and caring world where each person is treated with the respect and dignity they deserve. Participants will:
Learn and examine the definitions of privilege, identity, and social justice
Illuminate their own privilege as individuals
Discuss ways in which they can use their privilege in their personal and professional lives to help create a just and caring world