All social justice

September 26, 2019

‘Angola 3’ prisoner discusses life in solitary confinement during UIC presentation

More than 200 attend Albert Woodfox’s talk, sponsored by the UIC Social Justice Initiative

Albert Woodfox

September 17, 2019

‘Angola 3’ prisoner who spent four decades in solitary discusses memoir at UIC

Albert Woodfox served the longest sentence in solitary confinement

June 7, 2019

New UIC report on racial inequity for Native Americans in Chicago

Latest report from Institute for Research on Race and Public Policy

Laurie Jo Reynolds

December 3, 2018

$100K grant helps UIC professor focus on public conviction registries

Police websites publish personal data about people with past convictions

Barbara Ransby

November 7, 2018

UIC scholar honored for work serving the ‘public good’

Ransby receives American Studies Association’s 2018 Angela Y. Davis Prize

American Friends Service Committee 40th anniversary flyer

November 17, 2017

Library collection highlights decades of social justice by Quaker group

Archives of American Friends Service Committee in Chicago open to researchers, students

Kimberly Foxx speaking at UIC

June 13, 2017

Foxx receives UIC’s Social Justice Ally Award

Award recognizes leader who advances social justice

Kimberly Foxx speaking at UIC

May 17, 2017

Foxx receives UIC’s Social Justice Ally Award

First recipient of new award

Barbara Ransby

April 20, 2017

Social Justice Initiative receives grant for ‘Intellectual Quilting’ think tanks

Three gatherings will tackle national social justice issues

Alexis Smyser

April 19, 2017

UIC junior wins national honor for civic engagement

Humboldt Park native named Newman Civic Fellow

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