From The Journal Record:
In the coming years, the University of Oklahoma may be sending more students into the work world equipped with skills to fight for people in need.
The university recently launched the Center for Social Justice, part of the Women’s and Gender Studies Program. With a focus on internships, “activists-in-residence” and information on issues both local and global, the center’s staff aims to connect students with what they need to make a career out of activism. The school also anticipates offering a social justice minor next fall.
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You can find the new Center for Social Justice website at http://peace.ou.edu.
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