Social Justice in America Series

Defending Democracy

This year’s speaker for the virtual town hall meeting is Ash-Lee Woodard Henderson, co-executive director of the Highlander Research and Education Center. Learn more and share with your students the three opportunities that the Department of History has coordinated for the 2020 Social Justice in America Series.

For more information email: sjaserie@indiana.edu.

Virtual Justice Fair

Learn about community and campus programs and organizations engaged in social justice work that are looking for your passion and support during this virtual Justice Fair.

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Virtual Workshop

The Social Justice in America Series will host a citizen-oriented workshop, facilitated by this year's national speaker, Ash-Lee Woodard Henderson. Henderson is the co-executive director of the Highlander Research and Education Center in Tennessee (formerly the Highlander Folk School). This community-focused workshop will focus on the issues that are most pressing here in Bloomington to help us become a safer and more civil city.

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Virtual Town Hall

This year’s Town Hall will focus on issues of great concern, both locally and nationally, including voter suppression, gerrymandering, and the serious increase of hate-related incidents across the country. There will be local activist speakers, time for questions from the livestream, as well as artistic performances by IU students and faculty members.

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Voting Matters

SJAS will promote and participate in Indiana University Bloomington's (IUB) Big Ten Voting Challenge. Our objectives are to educate and register student voters and to increase student voter turnout in coming elections.

On-site voter registration flyer.

Social Justice Work

Campus and community programs and organizations engaged in social justice work and how IU students can get involved on campus and in the local community.

Organization Name

Description

Contact

League of Women Voters of Bloomington-Monroe County

The League of Women Voters is a nonpartisan, grassroots, citizen-led organization that has fought since 1920 to improve our government and engage all citizens in the decisions that impact their lives. 

Phone: (812) 727-8158
Email: ann2vote@sbcglobal.net
Web: https://www.lwv-bmc.org/

ACLU of Indiana

 

Phone:(317) 635-4059
Email: info@aclu-in.org
Web: https://www.aclu-in.org/

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Organization Name

Description

Contact

Emissaries for Graduate Student Diversity

The goal of the Emissaries for Graduate Student Diversity  is to connect trained IUB graduate students to assist in the various stages of the graduate application and admission process, and provide information and referrals to on campus resources and services. 

Phone: (812) 855-6752
Email: emissary@indiana.edu
Web: https://graduate.indiana.edu/about/diversity/Emissaries

PACE

An interdisciplinary, 22 credit hour undergraduate certificate program, PACE combines academic study with hands-on learning to give you unique preparation for political and civic engagement.

Phone: (812) 856-1747
Email: PACE@iu.edu
Web: https://pace.indiana.edu/

Luddy School of Informatics, Computing, and Engineering

The Indiana University Luddy School of Informatics, Computing, and Engineering is one of the world’s largest, broadest, and best technology and information schools. We shape the future through interdisciplinary research and education that make the impossible possible and solve the problems of tomorrow today.

Phone: (812) 856-1747
Email: ppishgah@iu.edu
Web: https://luddy.indiana.edu/

Center for Research on Race and Ethnicity in Society

The Center for Research on Race and Ethnicity in Society (CRRES) at Indiana University in Bloomington is an interdisciplinary, academic center. Our mission is to promote research on race and ethnicity, bring together scholars across interdisciplinary units for dialogue and collaboration, and train the next generation of scholars here on the IUB campus.

Phone: (812) 856-1747
Email: crresgra@indiana.edu
Web: https://crres.indiana.edu/

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Organization Name

Description

Contact

College Democrats at Indiana University

We are resolved to promote the progressive philosophy of the Democratic Party. 

Email: iudems@indiana.edu
Web: http://www.collegedemsatiu.com/

Seeking Refuge

 

Phone: (732) 299-6817
Email: seekingrefugeiu@gmail.com

Latinx Law Student Association

The Indiana University Luddy School of Informatics, Computing, and Engineering is one of the world’s largest, broadest, and best technology and information schools. We shape the future through interdisciplinary research and education that make the impossible possible and solve the problems of tomorrow today.

Phone: (812) 837-2880
Email: Llsa@indiana.edu
Web: https://www.instagram.com/llsaiu/

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History Undergraduate Student Association

Our club connects the study of history to our lives, explores career opportunities in history, and allows us to bond over our shared love of the subject.

Phone: (317) 385-8289
Email: husa@iu.edu
Web: https://history.indiana.edu/undergraduate/historyclub.html

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IU Maurer Black Law Students Association

 

Email: blsa@indiana.edu

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IU Student Government

Phone: (812) 837-2880
Email: iusgexec@indiana.edu
Web: https://iustudentgovernment.indiana.edu/

Organization Name

Description

Contact

Democracy For Monroe County

We are resolved to promote the progressive philosophy of the Democratic Party. 

Phone: (812) 345-1887
Email: chair@democracyformonroecounty.org
Web: https://democracyformonroecounty.org/

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Organization Name

Description

Contact

No Space for Hate and Monroe County Mutual Aid

A coalition of community members and organizations working together to make sure no one gets left behind.

Phone: (401) 316-2162
Email: mutualaidmoco@gmail.com, ang.indivisible@gmail.com
Web: https://nospace4hate.btown-in.org/

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New Leaf - New Life

 

Phone: (812) 355-6842
Email: info@newleafnewlife.org
Web: http://newleafnewlife.org

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Defending Democracy: Confronting Voter Suppression and White Supremacy in the New Millennium