Center for Social Justice


The Center for Social Justice (CSJ) embodies one of the enduring elements of Earlham’s history and purpose: linking our passions for social justice to deep learning, engagement, and purposeful futures. The CSJ helps equip students for lifelong engagement on social justice issues through initiatives that build skills and knowledge across the disciplines in and out of the classroom. We also promote awareness and analysis of social justice issues by supporting student initiated projects, speakers, student/faculty research, site-visits and more. Signature programs include our annual Davis and Earlham Peace Project awards ($10,000 each) and an annual funded Spring Lobby weekend in Washington D.C. with the Friends Committee on National Legislation on a current political issue.
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