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Ethnic history of New Haven exhibit reveals immigration roots

Sofia Rositani — Reporter Immigration has been extensively discussed during Social Justice Month, from Sonia Nazaro speaking out about child immigrants in Mexico to the Voices of Immigration panel, which is involved with the “Ethnic History of New Haven: Pre-1638 to 2000 and Beyond” at Buley Library. The exhibit tells the history of New Haven and the immigrants who came

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Social Justice Talent Show raises awareness

Sofia Rositani — Reporter Rappers, dancers, singers — these were just a few of the performers who drew a crowd that filled the Adanti Student Center Ballroom with social justice being the common theme. For the 10th time, The Social Justice Talent Show kicked off on Nov. 13, hosted by the Multi-Cultural Center for Southern’s Social Justice Month. Health studies major

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The Color of Fear: A conversation on racism

Ellie Sherry — Reporter As a university that strives for social justice, Southern has multiple events throughout the semester to talk about difficult topics. At the event “The Color of Fear” the conversation was based around issues of race. “The Color of Fear” is a film that was released in the early 90s by LeeMun Wah. According to Dr. Laurie

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English department taking submissions to explore social justice in literature

Matt Gad – Contributor Meredith Sinclair, an assistant professor of secondary education in the English department, is spearheading an effort, tied into the university wide Social Justice Month, to look for books and other works of literature, with themes of social justice. “There are powerful texts out there that can help us to understand what social justice means and why there’s

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