Find the intersection between your major and social justice
You want to change the world, and would like to reflect further on the following questions:
- How do I find a sense of vocation?
- What kinds of vocations in NGO work or organizing are realistic?
- How do you turn my anger at the injustice I see around me into a plan of action?
- What are the elements of a fundable project for which I’ll use my unique skills to foster positive social change?
- RLST 155 Religion, Ethics and Social Practice is an intergenerational class co-taught by Pomona College professor Zayn Kassam and Community Organizer and Educator David Mann offered in conjunction with the Napier Initiative at Pilgrim Place