Join us on Friday, April 12 for a day of conversations focused on how movement histories can be shared and used in social justice work through oral history, political education, and art. Conference participants include artists, historians, and social movement organizers. Learn more.

Guest lecture with D’Weston Haywood, Associate Professor of History at Hunter College, a historian of twentieth century American History with research and teaching interests in Black protest and protest thought, Black masculinity, Black Power, and intersections of Black culture, Black politics, and Black public spheres. Learn more.

Koffi’s journey from Ghana to SLU exemplifies resilience and hard work. Overcoming adversity, he found support at SLU, praising its academic backing and mission of social justice. A recipient of the Diversity in Labor Scholarship, balancing work and studies, he earned a BA in Urban Studies, and aspires to impact Ghana’s development and politics. Read more.

Kerwin’s story underscores the transformative power of education in addressing healthcare disparities and advocating for marginalized communities, with SLU playing a pivotal role in his personal and professional development. After earning a Master’s Degree from SLU in Urban Studies he is now pursuing a PhD in healthcare administration. Read more.

Join us for a virtual information session where prospective students can learn about Labor Studies and Urban Studies undergraduate and graduate programs available at SLU. Participants gain insight into admission prerequisites, application deadlines, and unique SLU opportunities. Sessions are held in an intimate small group setting. Find out more.

A newly released book Practical Radicals: Seven Strategies to Change the World co-authored by CUNY SLU faculty members Deepak Bhargava and Stephanie Luce presents a clear, expert, and inspiring guide to social change, based on case studies of grassroots movements that won, from two leading community and labor experts. Watch the book launch video.