From Felon to Forbes: Trent Griffin-Braaf’s Reentry Roadmap 

Trent Griffin-Braaf, a distinguished entrepreneur and visionary leader, will share his remarkable story of redemption and resilience on Tuesday, April 30, from 2–3 p.m. in person and online. The Center for Social Justice and the Civic Engagement Rope Team will …

By Pamela Jimenez
Pamela Jimenez Program Director for the Center for Social Justice
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Earth Day 2024 Theme: Planet vs. Plastics

For Earth Day 2024 on April 22nd, EARTHDAY.ORG is unwavering in our commitment to end plastics for the sake of human and planetary health, demanding a 60% reduction in the production of ALL plastics by 2040.

EarthDay-2024-Toolkit-March-12th-Update.pdf

By Pamela Jimenez
Pamela Jimenez Program Director for the Center for Social Justice
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Autism Awareness Month

Autism occurs in all ethnic, racial, sex and gender, and economic groups. This April, learn more about supporting people on the autism spectrum via the @National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH): https://go.nih.gov/qnjCz9N . #AutismAcceptanceMonth

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By Pamela Jimenez
Pamela Jimenez Program Director for the Center for Social Justice
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Building Communities To Address Systemic Challenges In Higher Education And Beyond

The systemic inequities we experience and observe every day, although long existing, seem to be soaring. If we see them, if we believe in the critical need to scaffold the preparation of a diverse, engaged and ready next generation of …

By DANIEL PASCOE AGUILAR
DANIEL PASCOE AGUILAR Fndg. Director of Ctr. for Social Justice & CDO
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Is There Truth to the Neurodivergent STEM Stereotype?

Busting the Myth: Neurodivergents are only good at STEM roles

Do you remember Sheldon Cooper from the Big Bang Theory? He’s a physicist that has to knock a precise number of times before he opens a door, says he has …

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