Moving Beyond Lip Service: Ideas for infusing Social Justice into Your Campus

with Rev. Dr. Jamie Washington

About This Course

Rev. Dr. Jamie Washington addresses the challenges of bringing social justice into your campus policies and procedures.

As part of NASPA's ongoing commitment to increasing professional development for our members in the area of social justice, equity, and inclusion, we’d like to invite you to join Rev. Dr. Jamie Washington for an engaging conversation about how student affairs professionals can work to go beyond addressing current demands to truly inclusive campus environments that are affirming of students' lived realities. This conversation is geared toward anyone on campus who is committed to social justice, from new professionals to senior student affairs administrators. 

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