Social Justice First:

Morningside Roundtable Series

February – April 2023. Scholars, activists, and project leaders are invited to join in a series of roundtable discussions about their work in furthering social justice, diversity, equity, and inclusion, and community-connected scholarship.

Session 1: RECENTLY UPDATED TOPIC

Engaged Scholarship: A Path to Social Change

February 2, 2023 from 4-6PM Host & Location: Union Theological Seminary

Presenters
Mary Rocco, Director of Engaged Scholarship, Office of Community Engagement & Inclusion, Barnard CollegeMorningside social justice first

What You Will Experience

  • Learn more about planned, emerging, and successful actions that are moving institutions toward active support of social¬†justice.
  • Present about your work to peers and potential partners.
  • Network with colleagues and community stakeholders.
  • Meet issue-area experts and discover new resources.
  • Invitation to participate in projects and joint actions.

How Can I Contribute?

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Roundtable Series Schedule

Engaged Scholarship: A Path To Social Change
Feb 2, 2023. Discussion followed by networking reception. Union Theological Seminary | RSVP >>

Social Justice Advocacy
Roundtable exploring coalitions, education, and community activism
Date between March 20-29, 2023 | Seeking host and presenters.

Community Relations and Community Engagement Practices
Week of April 24 | Seeking host and presenters

Featured Projects & Initiatives

under development

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  • Barnard Athena Center
  • Barnard College Office of Community Engagement & Inclusion
  • Columbia University Community Advisory Council
  • The Riverside Church Mission & Social Justice Ministry
  • Teachers College Advocacy Academy
  • Union Theological Seminary, Center for Community Engagement and Social Justice (CCESJ)

Steering Committee Members

  • Phoebe-Sade Arnold, Director of Community Affairs, Columbia University Office of Government & Community Affairs
  • Jenn Beisser, Executive Director, Morningside Area Alliance
  • Karmen Smith, ¬†Director of Center for Community Engagement and Social Justice (CCESJ), Union Theological Seminary