- Professor Parikh discussed the connection between immigrant rights and worker rights, especially in the context of litigation.
- Eagles for Social Activism, a potential new club at BC, hopes to provide a centralized space to explore issues of social justice on campus.
- Practicing self-care and self-love has become a goal that many people strive to achieve. When we think of self-care, we think of taking a day off from work or treating ...
- Jharrel Jerome won an Emmy for his depiction of Korey Wise in When They See Us and dedicated his award to the Exonerated Five.
- Piper Kerman's advocacy for prison reform was inspired by the female inmates she met while incarcerated 15 years ago.
- The first step in making BC more inclusive is to recognize that we can't be ignorant to everyday social issues on campus.
Carrie Mae Weems’s Strategies of Engagement Sparks Dialogue on the Relationship between Arts and Social ...Carrie Mae Weems's art exhibition uses multimedia to inspire contemplation and conversation on social justice issues through history.
- UGBC hosted Vivian Nixon, the executive director of College and Community Fellowship, on Thursday for a talk on mass incarceration in America.
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