Several courses in the upcoming 2019 fall semester at Villanova University tell the story of how Christianity is rooted in social justice.
Topic: social justice
Oberlin College learned a $22 million lesson: Don’t defame a local bakery in order to build one’s social justice credentials among their student activists, or get slapped with a lawsuit that’ll cost tens of millions of dollars.
Wake Forest University professor James Otteson made the case that free market capitalism promotes ‘true social justice,’ not socialism.
Brandeis University is holding its annual weeklong festival on social justice, complete with themes such as boycotting Wendy’s fast food restaurants and reading the Torah from a transgender perspective.
An associate English professor position is open at Texas A&M University-Commerce, but it requires applicants to have experience in social justice and “queer” subjects.
At Augustana College in Illinois, students can learn more about social justice by playing a game of Monopoly.
Ohio Wesleyan offers a ‘social justice’ major that requires activism activities in order to graduate.
Social justice in education is apparently the focus of a course at Hamilton College.
During November, a Connecticut university celebrated ‘Social Justice Month,’ which apparently was defined as redistribution of rights, eerily similar to socialism.
Apparently, food studies at Oregon State University is related to social justice.