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Speaking through pictures: 

The Center for Just Living focuses on a specific issue pertaining to social justice and human rights issue every month. Through posters and pictures, we tell the story of the struggles, sacrifices and victories over injustice and oppression in the world. 

March 2006: Visualizing Social Justice 

Social Justice Week 2007 :  February 26-March 2, 2007.

CJL Student Group Initiatives:
- Pending Update - (See Just Living Coalition page for individual club websites)

Semester Reports: 

CJL Spring 2006 Semester Report 

CJL Fall 2005 Semester Report

Spring 2006 Highlight:

Passions Into Professions Career Panels - A Series of Four Panels on Careers in Social Change
Please join the Center for Just Living tonight to learn about the
connection between civic and community involvement in high school and
college and professional opportunities afterward.

(1)"Passions Into Professions" Panel:  Leadership at all Levels

Wednesday, April 5
Intercultural Center
5:30pm

Featuring:
*Herb Bergson, Mayor of Duluth
*Steve O'Neill, St. Louis County Commissioner
*Mayra Gomez, Centre on Housing Rights and Evictions
*Bret Thiele, COHRE Litigation Programme Coordinator

(2)"Passions Into Professions" Career Panel: Women in Leadership

Tuesday, April 11
Intercultural Center
5:30pm-6:30pm

Featuring: 

*Ellen O'Neill, Executive Director, Duluth YWCA
*Debbie Ortman, Outreach Coordinator, Western Lake 
Superior Sanitary District Food Waste Recovery and Recycling Program
*Lyn Pegg, Peace Church, Social Justice Committee
*Beth Olson, Program Coordinator, PAVSA (Program to Aid Victims of Sexual Assault)

(3)"Passions Into Professions" Career Panel:  "Agitating the System - From the Outside In"

 
Wednesday, April 19
Intercultural Center
5:30pm-6:30pm

Featuring: 

*Meg Bye, Duluth Human Rights Commission
*Xavier Bell, Community Action Duluth
*Terri Griffiths, Senator Steve Kelley for Governor Campaign

(4)"Passions into Professions" Career Panel:  From "Just Living" to Serving Society - Recent Graduates

The CJL invites students concerned about social issues and civic
involvement to hear from community members engaging with their passions
in thier professional lives.  Come hear their stories and successes and
enjoy networking opportunities! 

Please join the Center for Just Living for the final panel in a series
of 4:

Wednesday, April 26
Intercultural Center
5:30pm-6:30pm

Featuring: 

*Matt Hoeschen, Class of 2004
*Emily Sisco, Class of 2005
 
 


 


In the News:
 
  • Minnesota Campus Compact's "News You Can Use" Friday, December 9, 2005. 

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