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November 22, 2014

Feminism and Social Justice

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Susan Hinze, Associate Professor of Sociology and Women's Gender Studies
Gladys Haddad, Host of Regionally Speaking

Susan Hinze discusses feminism and gender inequality. She explains how she became a feminist and relates the importance of gender inequality education. She also discusses her work in helping to create the new Social Justice Minor at Case Western Reserve University.

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November 06, 2014

Children Being Pushed Out Of Schools

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Gabriella Celeste, JD is Director of Child Policy for the Schubert Center for Child Studies at Case Western Reserve University
Gladys Haddad, host of Regionally Speaking
Shakyra Diaz is Policy Director of ACLU of Ohio

In this installment of Regionally Speaking Gabrielle Celeste, Director of Child Policy for the Schubert Center for Child Studies at Case Western Reserve University, and Shakyra Diaz, Policy Director of ACLU of Ohio, bring to light a worrying epidemic of children being pushed out of schools. Celeste and Diaz speak to the causes of growing numbers of expulsions and suspensions and address the legislation that may help students and schools get back on track.


Social Justice Institute Think Tank symposium on November 15-16!

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October 23, 2014

Investigating Marginalized Populations

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John Flores, Climo Junior Professor of the College of Arts and Sciences at Case Western Reserve University
Gladys Haddad, host of Regionally Speaking
Tim Black, Associate Professor of Sociology and a Faculty Associate of the Social Justice Institute

Dr. Gladys Haddad is joined by Tim Black and John Flores. Tim Black, Associate Professor of Sociology and a Faculty Associate of the Social Justice Institute, discusses his work in researching and understanding marginalized minorities in society and talks about his book, "When A Heart Turns Rock Solid". John Flores, Climo Junior Professor of the College of Arts and Sciences at Case Western Reserve University, discusses his work in the area of Mexican American history and the manuscript of his upcoming book.


Social Justice Institute Think Tank symposium on November 15-16!

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May 11, 2014

The Social Justice Institute on Curriculum Development, Community Bridge Building and Educating Agents for Social Change

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Gladys Haddad, host of Regionally Speaking
Rhonda Y. Williams, Director of Case Western Reserve University's Social Justice Institute


This fall, the Social Justice Institute reaches its third year of establishment at Case Western Reserve University. In this series, the program’s Founder and Executive Director Dr. Rhonda Y. Williams describes the Institute’s early history, accomplishments, and current objectives, which include the addition of a Social Justice curriculum at Case Western and the utilization of feedback from Cleveland residents about their city’s development. Dr. Williams also recounts her own educational and professional background which led her to CWRU and informs us about the upcoming Social Justice Institute Think Tank symposium on November 15-16!

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May 07, 2014

Shelley White on the Social Justice Institute at Case Western Reserve University

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Shelley White, Administrator for the Social Justice Institute at Case Western Reserve University discusses her involvement with the Social Justice Institute and shares how she became involved.

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(left) Shelley White, Administrator for the Social Justice Institute at Case Western Reserve University
(right) Gladys Haddad, host of Regionally speaking

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April 28, 2014

Sharing the Wisdom of WISER

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Heather Clayton Terry, Associate Director for Women, discusses the history and her involvement in the Women in Science and Engineering Roundtable, WISER. With her is Ashley Han, student at Case Western Reserve University and President and WISER Leadership Coordinator, discusses what encouraged her to become affiliated with the group, and the many programs run through WISER to encourage women to stay interested in studying science and engineering.

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(left) Heather Clayton Terry, Associate Director for Women in WISER
(center) Gladys Haddad, host of Regionally Speaking
(right) Ashley Han, President and WISER Leadership Coordinator

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April 07, 2014

Journalism and Social Change in Cleveland in the 60s and 70s

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Cleveland journalist Dick Peery discusses his experiences working in the city of Cleveland during the late 60s and 70s and the changing race relations of the time.

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(left) Dick Peery, Cleveland journalist
(right) Gladys Haddad, host of Regionally Speaking

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March 31, 2014

Tutoring Outreach Programs

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Arthur Evenchik, assistant to the dean for special projects in the College of Arts and Sciences at Case Western Reserve University, and Beth Hodges, undergraduate student at Case Western Reserve University discuss their experiences and involvement with the tutoring programs at Case Western Reserve University.

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(left) Beth Hodges, student and tutor at Case Western Reserve University
(middle) Gladys Haddad, host of Regionally Speaking
(right) Arthur Evenchik, assistant to the dean for special projects at the College of Arts and Sciences at Case Western Reserve University

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