UA/Community Dialogue on Social Justice Results are Here!
Community and UA faculty, staff and students gathered on the University of Arizona campus on October 4, 2017 to participate in a dialogue on social justice. The discussion was sponsored by the Haury Program to begin their strategic planning process for the next five year period. Eighty-six people attended representing diverse organizationa and UA departments. The participants engaged in small group discussions and then reported out to all attendees. Dialogue results can be found here:
Haury Program to Host UA/Community Dialogue on Social Justice
***The Community Dialogue has filled! Thank you for an overwhelming response.***
The Haury Program invites University of Arizona faculty, staff and students, community non-profits and others working on environmental and social justice issues to a large group dialogue. The Center for Community Dialogue will facilitate the dialogue. The Haury Program is seeking a diversity of voices to address social justice in our community. Your voices are crucial to developing the Haury Program strategic plan for the next five years. Questions on social justice issues, actions an...Continue Reading
Spring 2017 Visiting and Faculty Fellows
Congratulations to our newest Visiting Fellow, Kathy Jetñil-Kijiner. Jetñil-Kijiner is a well known climate communicator recognized most notably for her performance of her poem, “Dear Matafele Peinem”, which she wrote to her young daughter. The Haury Program is ple...Continue Reading