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Lead a Session at the Social Justice Leadership Conference

The Wesleyan Student Assembly, in conjunction with Student Activities & Leadership Development (SALD) and passionate students, would like to invite you to participate in the second annual Social Justice Leadership Conference on Saturday, February 20th.

This collaborative conference provides a space to discuss social justice and to learn and refine leadership skills. SJLC seeks to empower its participants to create change by applying the skills and knowledge acquired during the conference.

The committee is looking for proposals for seminars, lectures, roundtables, dialogues, debates, activities, and other sessions that will apply to the mission of the day.

To see what kind of sessions were held in the past, check out the 2009 SJLC schedule.

Review of proposal submissions will begin on December 14, but all submissions must be received by January 10.

Please visit the SJLC website for more information.

Social Justice Day applications available

Would you like to share an issue you are passionate about with the Wesleyan Community? Do you know a professor, staff member, or outside speaker that would like to present on an issue related to Social Justice Day? Well, the application for a session of Social Justice Day is now up!

Social Justice Day will be held on March 29th, 2008. There will be sessions held throughout the day that can include lectures, debates, roundtables, or other formats. Collaboration with faculty and staff is encouraged, and student groups are invited to participate as well! If you would like to invite an outside speaker, you can apply for funds from the Social Justice Day Fund as well, which will be providing $4,000 from the WSA.

Apply here, or email the WSA with any questions.