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Welcome to the Arcus Center for Social Justice Leadership

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Thank you to all who participated in the WITH/OUT - ¿BORDERS? 2016 CONFERENCE!! For those who missed it, you can see the plenaries and the keynote speech here!


 

The Arcus Center for Social Justice Leadership (ACSJL) is an initiative of Kalamazoo College whose mission is to develop and sustain leaders in human rights and social justice through education and capacity-building.

We envision a campus and world where:

  • every person's life is equally valued,
  • the inherent dignity of all people is recognized,
  • the opportunity to develop one’s full potential is available to every person, and
  • systematic discrimination and structural inequities have been eradicated.

Learn more about us and our goals here.

 


 

PRAXIS CENTER: WHERE SOCIAL JUSTICE SCHOLARS, ACTIVISTS, AND ARTISTS GO TO BOLDLY THINK TOGETHER 

Dennise Miller 

 


ASCJL IN THE NEWS

10/26/16 Arcus Center's New Art: “Traveling to Turiya: The Future Mapping Project”

10/26/16 With/Out ¿Borders? 2016 Conference is a Success

9/12/16 Dr. Christine Hahn named new ACSJL Faculty Fellow

5/9/16 Life's Imperative: Social Justice in Science

5/6/16 Book by ACSJL Global Advisory Board Member Christina Heatherton Policing the Planet: Why the Policing Crisis Led to Black Lives Matter

4/23/16 ACSJL Global Advisory Board Member Gloria Rolando’s New Film “Diálogo con mi abuela”

4/20/16 Participants Announced, Applications Open for 2016 With/Out ¿Borders? Conference at Kalamazoo College

3/4/16 Jeanne Gang named Architect of the Year for ACSJL Building

1/31/16 Justin, James, and Jermaine: The SIP (Senior Individualized Project) Story You Want to Know About by ACSJL Student Fellow Justin Danzy

12/04/15 ACSJL Global Advisory Board Member Gay McDougall Receives Highest Honor in South Africa for Work Against Apartheid

12/02/15 Arcus Center for Social Justice Leadership at Kalamazoo College Selects Four Local Activists for Inaugural Regional Fellowship Program


 

For more information about how you can use the space or partner with ACSJL, visit our building page.

If you have any questions, please contact the ACSJL here or by calling (269) 337-7398.