http://portraitsinsocialjustice.com/gallery1.htmlDr. Brenda Bryant, Dean of Community-Based Learning and Executive Director, Center for Social Justice and Community Engagement recently did an excellent interview on WDET’s Craig Fahle Show. She gives a great overview of Marygrove’s Master in Social Justice Program. Also featured is photographer Michael Shore who did a photo essay that was featured at Marygrove called Portraits in Social Justice.http://wdet.org/shows/craig-fahle-show/episode/portraitsinsocialjustice/Portraits In Social Justice – Professor Brenda Bryant, Ph.D at Marygrove College in Detroit created what is known to be the first Social Justice Master’s degree program in the country. A dictionary definition says social justice refers to the idea of creating a society or institution based on the principles of equality and solidarity, that understands and values human rights, and that recognizes the dignity of every human being. Craig Fahle talks to Bryant about the curriculum at Marygrove and how the photo exhibit, Portraits in Social Justice was an outcome of the program.
via Partnerships Project.