Latest Blog Posts Latest Blog Posts for Quarter at Aggie Square en 2023 Advancing Healthcare Equity Speaker Series Advancing Healthcare Equity Speaker Series <p>Inequities in healthcare delivery mean that many people who most need health care have limited or no access to it. Race, socioeconomic and employment status, mental health issues, gender and sexual orientation can all impact patients’ access and experiences. Join us for a speaker series that will examine medical, legal, sociocultural and historical perspectives on this critical topic.</p> Fri, 20 Jan 2023 10:19:46 PST Anonymous Info Session: Immigrants, Refugees and Human Rights <p>Quarter at Aggie Square's <a href="">Immigrants, Refugees, and Human Rights</a> program launches in Winter 2022. Meet professors Jeannette Money, Jeffrey Kahn, and Mario Guerrero who will teach you about this critical topic at the intersection of political science, human rights, and California state politics. </p> Thu, 03 Jun 2021 06:14:44 PDT Sharon C Knox How Art Keeps Us Motivated Finding a Voice and Relationships in Art Activism doesn’t have to have only one lens. There are different outlets you can have to do productive work and fight for liberation. <p>By Kyerah Kyles '22</p> Fri, 04 Dec 2020 14:55:04 PST Anonymous Unseen Heroes <p>By Kyerah Kyles '22</p> <p>With Aggie Square making its home in Oak Park, an important part of Transformative Justice Studies is learning the neighborhood’s history and understanding the conditions shaping its future.</p> Thu, 19 Nov 2020 20:41:53 PST Anonymous Giving Back to the Community: Oak Park Internship <p>By Kyerah Kyles '22</p> <p>As students, we have all been affected by the history of our communities, our race, the language directed towards us, and our perceptions of justice or the lack thereof. Through our Transformative Justice Studies internship, we have a chance to bring those experiences to benefit the students at Oak Ridge Elementary in Sacramento. </p> Sun, 15 Nov 2020 09:04:55 PST Anonymous Futures Matter: Mothers Have a Special Motivation for Transformative Justice Studies Meet three women in the TJS cohort with a special motivation: these moms and moms-to-be want their children to be raised in a just society. Mon, 02 Nov 2020 07:07:59 PST Anonymous Learning How Our Neighborhoods Came To Be <p>by Kyerah Kyles '22</p> <p class="indent">We have created a caste system in this country, with African Americans kept exploited and geographically separate by racially explicit government policies. Although most of these policies are now off the books, they have never been remedied and their effects endure. -Richard Rothstein, p. XVII </p> Mon, 26 Oct 2020 13:22:07 PDT Anonymous How Do We Create Change? One Cohort at at Time Quarter at Aggie Square Cohorts take on Big Challenges through Learning and Community <p class="u-clear">By Angela Taylor ‘96  </p> <p class="u-clear">Quarter At Aggie Square Program Coordinator</p> Thu, 22 Oct 2020 14:29:32 PDT Anonymous