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From incarceration to immigration, get involved with social justice issues at Columbia. Sign up for our newsletter, attend an event, or volunteer to deepen our Just Societies commitment.

 

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November 2018  Reimagining Justice

Strategies for Change
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Featured Events

The Arts and Sciences Just Societies Speaker Series resumes with another outstanding series of lectures, all free and open to the public. Speakers include the philosopher Nancy Fraser, French economist Thomas Piketty, and our own George Chauncey, DeWitt Clinton Professor of American History. For registration and further information, see below.

February 28: Nancy Fraser on Rethinking Gender Justice: For a Feminism for the 99%

March 28: Thomas Piketty on Rising Inequality and Globalisation

April 16: George Chauncey on Rethinking the Closet: New York Queer Life before Stonewall

Other Events

Now  February 10, 2019 Posing Modernity: The Black Model from Manet and Matisse to Today Exhibition (The Wallach Art Gallery)

Two men who were formerly in prison create graphic art.
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Through alumni volunteer opportunities, you can join a global community of Columbians committed to social justice. Filter by your passion and location to see how you can make a difference.

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Learn how Columbia is working to create fair, equitable societies, starting right on campus with diverse communities. From teaching people in prisons to giving legal aid to immigrants, we're addressing urgent justice issues.

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