SOCIAL MOVEMENT
AT KEAN UNIVERSITY

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About the Course

Senator Lesniak, NJ's most prolific sponsor of legislation advancing environmental protection, criminal and social justice, women's rights, LGBTQ+ rights and animal welfare examines the pros and cons of advocacy and offers hands-on advice and challenges to students to advocate for their beliefs.

Course Description

Study of major social movements and campaigns in historical perspective. Examination of the intersections of leadership and circumstances that shed light on their success or failure to achieve social justice. Offers opportunities for hands-on, immersive projects for social reform.

Course Information

9/9-12/16 Mondays 4:30 - 7:15 p.m. Professor: Senator Raymond Lesniak

Course Highlights

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  •  Trip to the State House

  •  Advocacy Workshops

  •  Guest Speakers & Presentations

  •  Opportunities to Publish

  •  Working Alongside a Former NJ Legislator

Student Publications

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Other Course Information

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What Do You Want To Learn?
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