Social Justice is defined in terms of the distribution of wealth, opportunities, and privileges within society (Oxford Dictionary).
Bristol’s Multicultural Affairs department is committed to the cause of ‘Social Justice’
by providing actionable items and education opportunities about various social justice
issues. Please continue viewing this page to learn about the different Social Justice
initiatives currently taking place.
Social Justice Statements from our College Community
Upcoming Multicultural Affairs
Social Justice Forums
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About Multicultural Affairs Social Justice Forums
Several Social Justice Forums were held during the summer and fall of 2020. The forums presented various themes that included the intersectionality of Race within women's, immigrants', LGBTQ+, mental health, and disability rights. The forums also focused on racial injustice, education inequity, and criminal justice and policing.
The forums were inspired shortly after the tragic death of George Floyd, which sparked massive protests across the country. The forums' outlook is to bring awareness to social inequities, create positive change and develop solutions to the barriers that exist in our country for marginalized groups.
The end goal is to build a viable community of partnerships in the spirit of social justice, diversity, equity, and inclusion work (DEI).
Social Justice Video Playlist
To view previous Social Justice Forums, please visit our Social Justice YouTube Playlist.
Social Justice Tool Box
Please click on the links below to access Social Justice resource videos, books, articles, PowerPoints, podcasts, and more by theme/topic!
- A difficult and Necessary Conversation about the George Floyd Tragedy
- The Black Male Experience
- The Latino Male Experience
- Policing, Criminal Justice & Race
- Race, Disability, and Mental Health Rights
- Race & Educational Inequity
- Race & LGBTQ+ Rights
- Race & Immigrant Rights
- Race & Women’s Rights
Social Justice Newsletter
Beyond the forums, the Multicultural Affairs staff is committed to creating a community through our Social Justice Newsletters. The intent of these newsletters is to bring readers actionable items, resources, and networks associated with forum topics and social justice.
Please contact the Multicultural Affairs Department below for further questions/information about Multicultural Affairs Social Justice Initiatives.
Donnie Taveras, Diversity Engagement Officer, Multicultural Affairs/Admissions