Sustained Activism for Social Change
Elon University students are motivated, passionate and inspired to bring about change and social change comes in many forms. With contributions from the Council of Civic Engagement, the Center for Race, Ethnicity, & Diversity Education, the Center for Leadership, and the Kernodle Center for Civic Life you will find curated resources as you embark on your social change journeys. We invite you to visit our offices for additional resources and questions.
Social Change Model:
Demonstrations & Protests:
Voting & Volunteering:
Virtual Civil Rights Leadership Tour
Each year, participants from the Isabella Cannon Leadership Fellows program take a class called “Disarming Injustice: Nonviolence in the Civil Rights Movement” and participate in a Civil Rights Leadership Tour. Our study of the Civil Rights Movement will focus on events and leadership at the center of the movement. After spending time in class, we explore the impact of the movement on a travel learning journey and then apply the lessons learned to the emerging civil rights movement we find ourselves in today.
This year, the journey will be virtual, but will still provide an intentional deep dive in learning and engagement. Through speaking engagement and programs, students will increase their understanding of how they can take part in disarming injustice. We’ve curated an intentional experience and identified a variety of events, programs, keynote speakers, and more that you can enjoy from the comfort of your own home or office. Please click the link below to learn more about the different offerings.
Good Trouble: Sustained Activism
February Leadershop | TBA
March Leadershop | TBA
April Leadershop | TBA
Fall 2020 Leadershops:
“Protesting: Understanding Your Rights” | Thursday, November 5th, 12PM EST
Join us virtually with a representative from the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) as we engage in a conversation around protests. During this workshop, participants will gain information on protester safety, rights and responsibilities as well as the various ways to engage in protest and demonstration activity.
“Protesting: Understanding Your Rights” | Wednesday, November 11th, 7PM EST
Join us virtually as we engage in a conversation around protests. During this workshop, participants will gain information on protester safety, rights and responsibilities as well as the various ways to engage in protest and demonstration activity.