Social Justice Challenge

SJC Month 9: A Look at Modern-Day Slavery

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Month 9 of the Social Justice Challenge (SJC) highlights the injustice of modern-day slavery. The goal of the SJC is to foster learning about social justice issues through reading and then to put feet to that newfound knowledge through some sort of action. (Learning is the easy part; it’s the…

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SJC Month 8: With Reading and Learning for All!

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The goal of the Social Justice Challenge (SJC) is to read about issues affecting society worldwide so that this newfound knowledge might inspire small acts of kindness—or even better, to ignite large-scale change. All 12 SJC topics are interconnected, but this month’s topic—Illiteracy and Education—seems to be the common denominator…

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SJC Month 7: A Look at Poverty

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It’s Month 7 of the Social Justice Challenge (SJC). The goal of the SJC is to foster learning about social justice issues through reading and then to put feet to that newfound knowledge through some sort of action. (Learning is the easy part; it’s the action that’s difficult!) For the…

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SJC Month 6: A Look at Genocide

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Sometimes when I am driving about town, I am amazed at the workings of our traffic lights. The trio of colors tells us when to go, when to slow, when to stop. I drive according to the lights without thought, fully trusting other drivers to obey the signals they see….

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SJC Month 4: A Look at Hunger

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It’s Month 4 of the Social Justice Challenge (SJC). The goal of the SJC is to foster learning about social justice issues through reading and then to put feet to that newfound knowledge through some sort of action. (Learning is the easy part; it’s the action that’s difficult!) The SJC…

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