Intercultural Student Affairs
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The Transformative Justice Coalition (TJC)
"Transform yourself to transform the world." ~ Grace Lee Boggs?
Choose your own adventure. The TJC is a semester to one yearlong journey with multiple unique stops along the way. It begins with an exploration of one's own identity. It continues with your choosing a specific social justice movement and exploring the ways that movement impacts individual communities and society as a whole. Finally it culminates with your reflecting on your experience and sharing your learning forward. It's an opportunity for deep social justice learning and engagement with mentors to guide you through. #EmersonTJCGoDeeper
Contact interculturalemerson [dot] edu (subject: Transformative%20Justice%20Coalition) for more information.
The Social Justice Academy (SJA)
The Social Justice Academy?will help expand students’ tool kits in identifying and addressing systems of oppression so they might recognize and utilize their own capital to help bring about positive change.
Using the tools of reflection, introspection, analysis, and action SJA workshops will:
- Invite students to deepen their approach to social justice work
- Help students to locate themselves in the work
- Provide context, foundation, and an entry-point for students who are new to the work
- For students with prior advocacy work, connect those experiences with work to be done at Emerson and beyond
- Build on students’ strengths and talents and experiences so they might channel their energy into action
- Build a community of social justice practitioners at Emerson who will engage and mobilize in social change
- Promote radical self-care as critical to successful social justice activism
Topic: Hip-Hop Artivism
- Movement Building Strategies Rooted In the Elements [of Hip-Hop] workshop presented by Dr. Sabrina Kwist, Dean of Equity and Inclusion at Los Medanos College, co-founder and organizer of Bay Area Annual Hip-Hop for Change Conference; AND Ben Ortiz, Assistant Curator of the Cornell Hip-Hop Archive
- Keynote lecture by Chuck Creekmur,?AllHipHop.com co-founder and co-CEO.?
AllHipHop.com co-founder and co-CEO Chuck “Jigsaw” Creekmur has combined his outstanding journalism skills, artistic talents, and ability to envision the future to establish himself as a trendsetter and trailblazer creating a unique path in Internet content and technology.?
As a cultural critic and pundit, Chuck's?been featured in VIBE, The Source, Complex, GIANT and has been featured on National Public Radio (NPR), BET, TVOne, VH1, The E! Channel, MTV, The O’Reilly Factor, USA Today, The New York Times, New York’s Hot 97 FM and numerous other outlets.
Topic: Community Organizing and Campaign Building
- Campaign Building workshop presented by MASSCreative.
Pre-Orientation Program for Students of Color
This Pre-Orientation Program is offered prior the start of the fall semester and is open to all students, is an opportunity for self-identified students of color to have early access to campus and begin to make it their home. Our program is particularly relevant for students from traditionally underrepresented groups/backgrounds. We provide this opportunity for our students to get acclimated with this new environment, while meeting members of the college community with whom they will share their Emerson experience.
Cultural Graduation Celebrations
This special graduation ceremony & reception recognizes graduating self-identifying LGBTQIA+ students of all races and ethnicities and acknowledges their achievements and contributions to the Emerson community.
"Lavender is important to LGBTQ history.?It is a combination of the pink triangle that gay men were forced to wear in concentration camps and the black triange designating lesbians as political prisoners in Nazi Germany.?The LGBTQ civil rights movement took these symbols of hatred and combined them to make symbols and color of pride and community." ~The Human Rights Campaign
This special graduation ceremony & reception celebrates the contributions and accomplishments of Emerson’s graduating self-identifying students of color. Family and friends are invited!?