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Social Justice League Certificate Program

 

Registration is open NOW!   Space is limited. Please click  here to register online by  11:59PM on Monday, September 13.

What is the Social Justice League (SJL)? SJL Logo Fall 2019

SJL is a certificate program for undergraduate students interested in enhancing their skills in diversity, social justice, and leadership. SJL is designed to help you develop the necessary tools to learn and live in a diverse environment and work for the betterment of the Stony Brook University campus and broader community.

SJL offers 6 sessions that focus on:

  1. Culture, privilege and oppression and how they relate to diversity and social justice
  2. Social justice issues and concerns about diversity and inclusion on our campus
  3. Advocacy and coalition-building
  4. The application of knowledge and skills to positively impact our respective communities

Upon successfully completing the SJL Program, students will receive a Certificate of Recognition and become members of the official Social Justice League at Stony Brook University!

Program Facilitators:
Cheryl Chambers, Associate Dean for Multicultural Affairs
Chris Tanaka, Assistant Director for LGBTQ* Services

Weekly Meeting Times (Fall 2021):  September 24 and October 1, 8, 15, 22, & 29.  All sessions are from 10:00am - 12:00pm in Room 223 Student Activiites Center (Student Affairs Large Conference Room). 

Registration:  Registration  is  open!  Space is limited. Please click here to register online by 11:59PM on Monday, September 13.

Coordinated by the Office of Multicultural Affairs and LGBTQ* Services. Contact us:  at 632-9984 or multiculturalaffairs@stonybrook.edu