Social Justice week is a week devoted to education, awareness and action around various social issues.
Social Justice Week 2015: Homelessness & Hunger
March 16 – 20, 2015. Join us for any or all of the following events:
Monday, March 16th: Soup Lines in the Nosh, 11 am – 1 pm
Be in solidarity with those who have little to nothing to eat every day. Forgo your regular lunch and purchase a bowl of soup and bread for $1. All proceeds will go to St. Anthony’s food pantry in South St. Louis city.
Wednesday, March 18th: Homelessness in America: Documentary and Discussion, 7-9 pm
Join us for an evening of documentary films and discussion on homelessness in the United States and in St. Louis. Come to learn and engage with others from various perspectives.
Friday, March 20th: Volunteer at Shalom House
Take action by volunteering at Shalom House, a St. Louis shelter for homeless women. Their mission statement is: “Shalom House gives hope to homeless women through innovative programs and supportive services designed to stabilize and rebuild lives.” Meet at Newman at 10:30 am to carpool over together. We will be touring the center, making lunch for the residents then eating with them to get to know them better.
If you have any questions, and to RSVP for any event, contact Janelle Miller at firstname.lastname@example.org
Past issues focused on during SJ Month:
- Homelessness Awareness Week: With a ShantyTown and Soup Lines in the Nosh
- Hunger Awareness Week: Hunger Banquet
- Capital Punishment Awareness Week
- Fair Trade Awareness Week
- Environmental Awareness Week: Climate Change Warnings
- Criminal Justice Awareness Week: Prison Ministry
- Immigrations Awareness Week
- Migrant Farm Workers Rights Awareness Week
- Human Trafficking Awareness Week
- Social Responsibility Awareness Week
- Poverty Awareness Week