Social Justice & The City—March 5
Keynote Speaker Dr. Bradford Hunt (Vice Provost for Adult and Experiential Learning and Dean of the Evelyn T. Stone College of Professional Studies Roosevelt University)
“Social Justice and Social Order in the City: The Case of Public Housing”
Dr. Brad Hunt will be joining us from Roosevelt University, where he is a Professor of Social Science and History as well as the Dean of the Evelyn T. Stone College of Professional Studies and Vice Provost for Adult and Experiential Learning. His research has focused on urban planning and public housing in Chicago, and we think he will stimulate some great conversations to support the symposium theme of social justice.
Panel 1: “Contesting Space on the Local and Global Stages”
Panel 2: “Intersecting Identities: How Everyday Experience Affects Social Justice”
Panel 3: “Sustainability, Well-Being, and Income Distribution: Inequality in Development”
Panel 4: “Social Networks and Institutions: Searching for Support”