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Social Justice/Social Practice, Minor

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Prepare yourself to address social justice in your everyday life and communities, and through your artistic and design practices.

Overview

The Social Justice/Social Practice Minor gives Pratt students the opportunity to bring their studio and design practice into dialogue with critical and transformative perspectives related to equity and justice. Encompassing issues from racism to the environment, economic inequality to immigration rights, gender justice to the prison industrial complex, the minor is interdisciplinary. It draws from courses across the Institute, including architecture, photography, fashion, communication design, and film/video. Students can prepare themselves to address social justice in their everyday lives and communities, and through their artistic and design practices. 


Minor Coordinators
Caitlin Cahill
ccahill@pratt.edu
718.230.2713

Ann Holder
aholder@pratt.edu
718.230.6856

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