Donations needed for Social Justice Program library project

stack of booksThe Marygrove Social Justice Program is hosting a book drive and they need your help!

Wanted: New or gently used textbooks, autobiographies, biographies, academic journals, magazines, periodicals, transcripts, DVD’s, CD’s, and artifacts relevant to social justice issues.*
Why: To involve, inform and serve Marygrove students, staff, faculty and surrounding community of social issues in Detroit and globally, through the written word, audio /visual
media and technology.

The Social Justice Browsing Library will be located in Madame Cadillac Bldg. Rm. 306 in Spring 2013.

What is Social Justice? Understanding societal inequalities using critical thinking and peaceful exchanges to promote and create change, dismantling prejudices & faux narratives to uncover bona fide truth & justice.
Social Justice Library Mission: To have dedicated space for understanding Peace, Justice and Truth using literature, academic journals, periodicals and technology.

Book Donation Site: Main Library—1st Floor, Liberal Arts Bldg. (during library hours only)
Winter 2013 hours:
Monday—Thursday: 9:30am—9pm
Friday: 9:30am—6pm
Saturday: 8am—4pm
Sunday: 1pm—5pm
Phone: 313-927-1355
**Pick up available upon request**
Sherda Polk
at 313-467-1911 or
Chamee Moua at 248-837-5781 or

Education Disparities
Death Penalty
Labor Unions/Movements
Prison System
Environmental Justice
Detroit—Asian History
Detroit—Black History
Detroit—Latino History
Detroit—Middle Eastern History
Food Justice
Media Studies
Human Trafficking
Civil Rights
Human Rights
Violence Against Women
Violence Against Children
Healthcare Disparities
Detroit Riots of ‘43 & ‘67
Gender/Race/Ethnicity Biases
Sexual-orientation Biases
Religious Biases

Thank you for your support and commitment to Social Justice!

“Our lives begin to end the day we become silent about things that matter.”
― Martin Luther King Jr.

“Small acts, when multiplied by millions of people, can trans-form the world.”
― Howard Zinn

“We have to talk about liber-ating minds as well as liberating society.”
—Angela Davis

“Once social change begins, it cannot be reversed. You cannot uneducate the person who has learned to read. You cannot humiliate the person who feels pride. You cannot oppress the people who are not afraid any-more. We have seen the fu-ture, and the future is ours.”
—Cesar Chavez

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