Raising Consciousness About Food and Housing Insecurity
The first step toward ending any social issue is to raise the collective consciousness. Read the third article in a series about food and housing insecurity by Leah Block.
ASB San Francisco: Intersectionality and Social Justice
The GLBT Center and the Center for Student Leadership, Ethics, and Public Service (CSLEPS) have established an Alternative Service Break (ASB) trip to San Francisco that gives students the opportunity to think critically about how identity and social justice are related.
ASB SF 2016: Intersectionality and Social Justice in the GLBT Community
An Alternative Service Break trip to San Francisco gives students the opportunity to think critically about how identity and social justice are related. This new iteration of the San Francisco trip, which formerly looked at the LGBTQ homeless youth population, broadens the focus to include intersectional social justice issues faced by diverse Bay Area communities.
A Glimpse of the Civil Rights Alternative Service Break Trip
Trabazz Bruce, a graduating senior in Design Studies and intern in the Office Institutional Equity and Diversity (OIED), visually shares his experience traveling on an alternative service break trip earlier this year with the following short video. During his internship in OIED, Trabazz completed numerous design projects, including taking hundreds of photographs at OIED programs and events and producing numerous short videos.