Bodies In Action: Movement and its role in social justice


Project Lead

Yuka Nakamura



Funding Priority

Experiential Education

Project Description

Students will learn the theories that drive social justice movements, definitions of community, and boundary-making and its effects within community-building. Students will then interact with community partners, specifically on campus student groups or clubs that will perform the activity. This project aligns with and advances the University's commitment to EE for students and the expansion of EE opportunities for students. It also reinforces the University's long standing commitment to and reputation for social justice and change.