Social Justice

2017-18 Edition

Rock Creek Campus
Building 5, Room 245


PCC's Social Justice program aims to develop an interdisciplinary understanding of systems of power, privilege, and domination including the personal, social, cultural, economic, and political consequences on communities, the environment, and society. Students will explore approaches to social change and social movements and engage in practical campus- and community-based experiences with organizations addressing these issues.

Learn more about the Social Justice Focus Award here:

SJ 210. Social Justice: Theory & Practice. 4 Credits.

Covers social movements globally. Includes development of leadership skills aligned with such movements. Requires completion of a direct action project. Culminates PCC's Social Justice Focus Award. Prerequisites: (WR 115 and RD 115) or IRW 115 and MTH 20 or equivalent placement. Audit available.