Finding Your Voice in Social Justice Learning Community

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  • Are you interested in social justice and community activism?
  • Are you passionate about challenging racism, patriarchy, classism, and xenophobia?

This learning community will help you connect your classes with social issues, meet fellow student-activists, and work with BGSU faculty and community leaders.  Activities in the Finding Your Voice Themed Community will empower you to turn values into action and to transform your communities for the better.  

Through course work in BGSU's School of Cultural and Critical Studies, you will fulfill a general education requirement while you explore the intersections of identities, including race, ethnicity, and gender, as well as others that meet your particular social justice interests. Learn more about classes that were intentionally designed for this learning community.

In the Finding Your Voice in Social Justice Leaning Community, you will learn about activating social change from university and community leaders and organizers.  We will introduce you to campus resources and help you foster connections with other students, faculty, BGSU leaders, and community activists

Through these efforts, we hope to create bridges between home and campus communities; build connections amongst students; and connect students to resources available in BGSU.  We believe better connected students will not only be more successful, but they will also be more effective university citizens. 

Students of color and first-generation college students are especially encouraged to apply.
There is no fee to be a member of this learning community.
Space is limited.
Apply Now for Fall 2019
For more information, contact yourvoice@bgsu.edu