Stories that Empower Screening of Abigail Disney’s Award Winning Documentary Pray the Devil Back to Hell “The extraordinary story of a small band of Liberian women – Christian and Muslim united – that came together in the midst of a bloody civil war, took on the warlords, and brought peace to their shattered country armed only with white T-shirts and the courage of…

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MINTE Project The MINTE Project is a nonprofit organization, backed by the Clinton Global Initiative, which aims to advocate for the reproductive health of young girls and eliminate period poverty. Products collected from this drive will go directly to women’s shelters in the U.S. Sponsored by SU’s chapter of The MINTE Project Menstrual Product Drive April 17-31 Look out for boxes in a dorm hall…

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Working with a Group of People to Create Change Saniya More (PC, ’19) served as the vice-president of Oxfam SU, Syracuse University’s very own Oxfam chapter in the Spring semester of 2016. It was their first semester as an organization and most of the semester went into looking at Oxfam’s Syria campaign and organizing an event at…

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La Casita Luke Chadwick (AS, ’18) worked with La Casita Cultural Center in Syracuse. La Casita is a program of the College of Arts and Sciences established to advance an educational and cultural agenda of civic engagement through research, cultural heritage preservation, media, and the arts, bridging the Hispanic communities of Syracuse University and Central…

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South Africa Immersion: A Global Health Education Experience   HTW/NSD 400/600 (3 CREDITS; UNDERGRADUATE OR GRADUATE) MAY 25 – JUNE 16, 2018 GRAHAMSTOWN, SOUTH AFRICA INFORMATION SESSIONS:November 15, 20, 30, and December 5, 5 p.m. White Hall Room 441   Public Health and Nutrition students may substitute this course for HTW 304 or NSD 511.…

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