Advocacy and Social Justice Resources
Know the facts, engage with issues related to the coronaviurs (COVID-19), safely take action, and learn more about advocacy work while maintaining social distancing. You can make a difference! Follow these guidelines from the CCAR team.
The Center for Community Action and Research (CCAR) believes that at this time, perhaps more than ever, it’s important to remain dedicated to our values of active citizenship and civic engagement. Despite changes to campus life, they will continue to be a resource for social justice education and community involvement—and you’re invited to get involved!
Social Justice Tips
How does the coronavirus (COVID-19) add to other systems of oppression? How can you continue to support local advocacy and mutual aid efforts while practicing social distancing? And perhaps most important, how can you take care of yourself? If you wish to channel your concern into action, CCAR has written an extensive recommendation list including information on volunteering virtually, petition signing and social media campaigns, writing to your elected officials, and much more. We’re all in this together. You can make a difference. Even from your laptop.
Want to learn about recent advocacy work? Need a little intellectual stimulation while you’re stuck at home? Here’s what the CCAR team has been reading lately:
- >> “HOLY SH*T! 7 things to do instead of hoarding toilet paper” by Rae Abileah and Nadine Bloch
- >> Nonprofit Westchester’s Coronavirus Advocacy Statement and Resources
- >> “Social Justice in a Time of Social Distancing” by Kenneth Bailey and Lori Lobenstine
- >> “New York City Must Act Immediately to Strengthen Our Nonprofit Social Safety Net” by Brad Lander
Voting Info Session
Join the conversation surrounding voter registration, the upcoming New York Presidential Primary, and what you can do as we navigate Election 2020 amid the coronavirus (COVID-19). All Pace students, faculty, and staff are welcome to attend this virtual information session! You’ll receive details on how best you can inform and empower members of the Pace Community in order to become more engaged.
Wednesday, March 25
12:00 p.m.–1:00 p.m.
Voting Info Session Link
Please email Daniel Botting prior to the meeting if you wish to attend.
In order to help with social distancing, you may also register to vote absentee—that is, casting your vote by mail instead of attending a polling place during the elections—then please register by Monday, April 27, 2020. Thank you for considering this safety measure!
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Class of 2020: Career Services wants to know—what’s next? Do you have a job lined up? Are you planning to go to grad school? Fill out the First Destination Survey today and be entered for a chance to win big.
Grads: What’s Next?
Kappa Delta Pi President Kealy Costigan ’20 has a passion for advocacy work. She’s pursuing a dual degree in childhood education (undergrad) and special education (master’s), hoping to create a safe space for ALL her future students.
The Passionate President
We’re commemorating the Class of 2020 on Wednesday, May 20, with a special virtual celebration you’re invited to take part in. Stay connected while sharing photos, fond memories, and more using #PaceGrad2020!
Class of 2020 Virtual Celebrations