Eureka College Social Justice Class to Host Public “Town Hall of Injustices”
November 19, 2021
EUREKA – On Thursday, Dec. 2, Eureka College’s “Social Justice as an Engaged Citizen” class will be hosting a “Town Hall of Injustices” from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m.
The class, which is a Justice and Civic Responsibility course, is inviting the public to come and engage in a night filled with conversation and community progress at the Terrill Rooms of the Donald B. Cerf Center.
Eureka College Visiting Assistant Professor of Business Cameron Horn’s ECC101 class has spent the semester researching social injustices, both in our community and around the globe.
At the town hall event, students from the class will be presenting on one topic that they feel is a social injustice, proposing alternatives and solutions to the injustice and discussing alternative views on the topics with attendees.
The purpose of this two-hour event is to not only have the students present their research and findings on particular topics, but to also engage in a lively conversation around others' perceptions of these topics.
The event is free for all to attend. For questions, contact Cameron Horn at email@example.com.
Located in Eureka, Illinois, and chartered in 1855, Eureka College cultivates excellence in learning, service and leadership while providing students uniquely personalized and custom educational opportunities.
Originally founded by abolitionist members of Christian Church (Disciples of Christ), Eureka College holds the unique distinction of being the first college in Illinois and only the third in the nation to admit men and women on an equal basis. The College, which is located on nearly 70 wooded acres in central Illinois, is the smallest of only 24 colleges and universities to ever award a bachelor’s degree to a future President of the United States.