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“Blair Imani Takes Initiative to Promote Civic Action” by Husbaan Sheikh
In order to cultivate civic-justice in one’s community, it is essential to take initiative in order to give voices to the unheard. Activist and author Blair Imani does just that as she managed to cultivate a large platform in order to shed light on h (More)
"Environmental Racism in Louisiana" by Erin Byers
The Isle de Jean Charles Biloxi-Chitimacha-Choctaw Tribe (IDJC) tribe in Louisiana is a largely secluded community, existing 80 miles southwest of New Orleans in the middle of a robust wetland. They, due to this seclusion, have not bore the brunt of (More)
"College Tuition: High Costs and the Consequences" by Marie Codella
According to research done by the CollegeBoard, college tuition has risen by an average of 3% every year for the past 20 years (1). This may seem like insignificant amount, but these tuition hikes add up over time, especially since tuition typically (More)
"Threat of Postponing the Presidential Election" By Lucy Gordon
         On July 30, 2020 the president threatened to postpone the upcoming election. The postponement or cancellation of most milestone events these last four months has desensitized the American public to the idea of postponing yet another major ev (More)
"The World's Largest Humanitarian Crisis" By Sasha Bekirova
The war in Yemen is now known as the largest humanitarian crisis in the world and the UN has called the needs unprecedented. Yemen has been devastated by a civil war since 2015 and it’s become a huge regional conflict regarding the security of severa (More)
"Summing Up the New York Voter Engagement Summit" by Peony Tse
A presidential election, a pandemic, and protests...oh my! The United States is at a major turning point in its history. More than ever, the American people have to advocate for our rights, values, needs, and expectations in order to shape our countr (More)
"Spotting Bots" by Elif Onay
There are a multitude of ways to make sure you are election ready. This November holds so much power and potential for a difference in our livelihood as Americans. Of course there are the commonly known ways to prep for this election, such as making (More)
Community Dialogue: News Literacy
In a crossover event spanning the ages, the Center for Civic Justice and the Stony Brook University School of Journalism joined hands to present a Community Dialogue on none other than the combined topics of fake news and news literacy. Okay, admi (More)
Welcome to the Center for Civic Justice Blog!
Welcome to the Center for Civic Justice blog! As I draft this introductory post, I fall back on my brief two-semester era with the Center for Civic Justice, all that we have done in our short time as Stony Brook University’s premier hub for civic (More)
Update #003: First Peek at the AutoCAD Model!
The Hyperscope's first 3D AutoCAD model has been built! If you'd like to know more about its components, check out the subpage titled "First Model, (More)
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