Center for Geographies of Justice
The Center for Geographies of Justice cultivates trans-disciplinary learning through
dialogue, mutual understanding, cooperation, and community engagement. Geographical
thinking grounds our approach in situated knowledge. Our collective methodology encompasses
a commitment to bring the marginal to the center and to prepare students to claim
their voice in the world.
- March 29, 2018
This is the second event, "Communities Past and (Afro)future," in the Kratz Center's spring poetry series, Poetry as Community.
- April 12, 2018
The Black Ladies Brunch Collective was founded in 2015 to uplift the voices of Black women through poetry. Collective members include Saida Agostini, Anya Creightney, Teri...