EVERYDAY JUSTICE: How Students Can Create Equality on Campus
Webinar Panel LIVE on Zoom @ 4PM
Moderated by Marcus Hastings & Karina Rodríguez, College of Humanities
with panel of University of Arizona students: Joshua Billy, Malaika Denis, Jhonatan Henao-Muñoz, Alexandra Johnson and Shawn Tarver
With a more diverse student body than ever, the University of Arizona has a responsibility to ensure fair and equitable treatment for all and everyone can take individual steps toward a respectful and safe environment. But what happens if students do not feel that the institution has lived up to this responsibility? Hear from College of Humanities majors and student leaders about justice on a university campus, fostering a healthy discourse, and holding leadership accountable.
The panel is comprised of student leaders who are active in social justice issues on campus and around the world:
Joshua Billy, Navajo, 1st semester B.S. in Nursing student, co-founder of VOICE (Voices of Indigenous Concerns in Education)
Malaika Denis, Africana Studies and Architecture double major, French minor, and student leader in COBA (The Coalition of Black Students and Allies)
Jhonatan Henao-Muñoz, M.A. Candidate in Hispanic Linguistics, and M.A. Student in French Linguistics and Second Language Learning & Teaching, College of Humanities Graduate Representative at the Graduate and Professional Student Association, and other social justice groups on campus
Alexandra Johnson, German Studies and Anthropology double major, Spanish minor, College of Humanities Ambassador. She was involved in social justice activism at Universität Heidelberg in Germany.
Shawn Tarver, General Studies major, College of Humanities Ambassador. He is involved in social justice activism in both the U.S. and Spain.
Watch a recording of this event below: