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High School Social Justice Expo

8th Annual High School Social Justice Expo

May 6th, 2016 from 11:30 AM - 2:00 PM!
Kimmel Center for Student Life, Eisner & Lubin Auditorium (4th floor)

The 8th Annual High School Social Justice Expo will draw over 300 NYU High School Students and Educators to the NYU Kimmel Center for Student Life. Nearly 50 projects will be on display that will range in topic including:

  • “Students Not Suspects”
  • “Understanding Privilege and Oppression”
  • “Math and Social Justice
  • “Sex and the Real World”
  • “Patriarchy, Art, and Human Rights”
  • “Stereotyping Terrorism”

After several months of analyzing pressing social issues at their respective schools and youth organizations, students of all grade levels have an opportunity to share their findings and network with other young researchers and organizers, college students, community leaders, elected officials, and foundation representatives. Student participants and guest judges—including college professors, community organizers, and nonprofit leaders—provide immediate and specific feedback. Every project is publicly recognized for its strengths and achievements.

Attend the Social Justice Expo as an individual, or bring a group, to support the amazing work of NYC youth!

The SJ Expo is cosponsored by NYU’s College of Global Public Health Student Governing Council (CGPH SGC) and NYU CMEP.


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