The minor program in social justice and human rights spans the social sciences and humanities to help prepare students to meet the challenges of 21st-century issues of social justice and protection of human rights in local, national, international and global contexts. Students are introduced to principles and practices of everyday humanitarianism, multimedia advocacy, and theories and practices of social justice and human rights. Classes touch upon issues of advocacy and social change, critical trauma studies, intersectionality, and inequality, among many others.
Social Justice and Human Rights (Minor)
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