Social Justice Research Collaborative Research Projects Joseph Damman “Who Has a Public Voice? Twin Cities Justice Workers on Inclusion in Political Discourse,” with Dr. Valerie Chepp. Awarded a 2015 Collaborative Research in Sustainability (CRIS) Award. Departmental Honors Projects 2008 Jenna YauchWhen Home is Where Where the Hurt Is: Minnesota’s Address Confidentiality Program Keeps Battered Women Safer 2006 Molly MacDougallEducational Equality in Germany: The Turkish Minority 2005 Julie BlaskowskiIn Pursuit of Culturally Competent Mental Health Care for Bosnians: Provider Education and Experiences Colin Schumacher Beyond the Pale: The Men's Movement, Conflict, and the Psychological Maintenance of Privilege Laura Wilson Remembering Communities of Resistance: The Role of Commons in Struggles for Indigenous Autonomy 2003 Peter Elwell Stories of Sustaining Action Special Learning Opportunities Students in the Social Justice Program have the opportunity to learn from guest teachers representing various facets of social justice work, including legislators, urban and rural activists, artists, and educators. Numerous local, national and international field learning opportunities and internships are an integral part of the program. A variety of campus-centered social justice initiatives, including student advocacy groups and projects related to Social Justice Week, also provide students with opportunities to put their learning into action.