A conference, Making Change: Working for Social Justice, sponsored by the Kirkland Project, will convene at Hamilton College during Fallcoming Weekend, Oct. 4-6.
"Making Change" is open to alumni/ae and other members of the Hamilton community interested in social justice work, whether as activists or policy-shapers, as full-time workers or volunteers, as workers for social justice organizations or as reformers of established institutions. Members of the community are welcome to attend.
The conference will feature a keynote address by Bob Moses '56, Civil Rights activist and founder of the Algebra Project, and panel discussions with alumni/ae active in social justice work. The panels will address topics such as "Educating for Social Change," "Writing for Social Change," and "Organizing for Social Change." This conference is made possible through the generous financial support of the Career Center, Communications and Development, and the Office of the President.
For more information and to register, contact the Office of Alumni Affairs, 315-859-4656.