“The AAA of Justice:” What Makes Mentorship Work

Written by Kimani Francois //  One of the most vital acts of justice is mentorship. When I ponder the words “mentor” or “mentorship,” the words that come to mind are: wise counsel, experience, knowledge, and advice. The definition of mentorship is “a relationship in which a more experienced or more knowledgeable person helps guide a less … Continue reading “The AAA of Justice:” What Makes Mentorship Work

Amplifying the Embodied: The Necessity and Limitations of Social Media

Written by Erik Thone // “Social media engagement is not a substitute for but a supplement to traditional embodied practices of pursuing justice.” Tweet that. 118 characters. That’s my thesis statement. If you like—whether you continue reading or not—include the link to this article. In two minutes, you will have made an 800-word contribution to … Continue reading Amplifying the Embodied: The Necessity and Limitations of Social Media