Creating Justice Symposium
A Celebration of Art and Activism. This is an opportunity for artists, activists, performers, educators and students to engage with concrete responses to local and global issues, connecting with each other and with important movements and practices.
Guaranteed to get you moving!
- Learn body core awareness exercises from a Tai Chi master.
- Listen to cumbia and ska band Los Vicios de Papa.
- Attend presentations on agricultural labor movements, images of race and illness, household workers, and contingent academic labor.
- Enjoy food from around the world.
Featured presenters and performers include filmmakers Amy Mall and Sherwin Ovid, curator Heather Radke, author Joe Berry, and Oakton faculty members Stacy Bautista, Kristen McCartney, and Tiffany Traylor.
Sponsored by the Department of Philosophy and Humanities, the Women and Gender Studies Program, the Honors Program, Peace and Social Justice Studies, and Faculty Professional Development.
Rooms vary, Des Plaines