IUPUI is in its seventh year of bringing this award-winning program to campus, and its powerful, raw stories are shedding light on important topics and current events surrounding injustices and oppression.From racial discrimination to homelessness, you can expect to learn something new and, hopefully, leave feeling empowered to take action in your community.
IUPUI’s Social Justice Scholars will run the fifth annual Tunnel of Oppression from Nov. 5 to Nov. 8 on the fourth floor of the Campus Center. The topics of this year’s interactive exhibits include abortion, deportation, interracial relationships and housing discrimination.
For nearly a decade, social issues and political opinion have popped up on the IUPUI campus in a series of open conversations called “Pass the Mic” and in messages scribbled in public spaces on the campus, all part of a unique program called Democracy Plaza
IUPUI's Social Justice Education program addresses issues near and far, abroad and in its own community.
The second annual Social Justice Symposium will look to empower members of the IUPUI community toward positive social change. The event stems from the Division of Social Justice Education, which has the mission of creating an accessible space for passionate individuals to connect over social equity and justice.
IUPUI's newest podcast tackles serious social issues while showcasing its hosts' passion for debating topics like reproductive rights, incarceration