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Civic Engagement -
Your Responsibility To Community

Black Census Project

Join Black people from across the country who are providing their views, political beliefs, concerns, and aspirations. Participate in The Black Futures Lab Census Project and let your voice be heard!

STAY TUNED FOR UPCOMING EVENTS

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Links and Resources

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Marches, protests, boycotts all in the name of “Social Justice”. But what does it all mean? Social justice demonstrations, large and small have led the headlines in recent years.  Thousands of people have spoken up  to draw attention to the unjust, biased, and racially motivated mistreatment of minorities groups. Social unrest is not uncommon when it comes to addressing inequities and discriminatory treatment of groups of people. But how do you perceive “Social Justice”? The surveys above can help us answer this question and provide a window to how individuals and organizations can positively contribute to social justice causes to help create more equitable communities.

HOW DO YOU PERCEIVE SOCIAL JUSTICE

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