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OSLH is a socially conscious business dedicated to consumer advocacy, social activism and the advancement of civil liberties through the power of commerce.
BEIRUT: Only in Beirut does Friday night clubbing come packaged with social activism.
Authorities also have subpoenaed membership and meeting records involving the Drake University chapter of the National Lawyers Guild, a 65-year-old legal organization that frequently has been involved in social activism and the defense of public protesters.
It will be obvious which neighborhood invests more time and energy into improving and protecting the health and safety of its neighbors, the effectiveness of its schools, the consistency of its public service delivery, the level of its political and social activism, and its overall quality of life.
While papal encyclicals such as Pacem in Terris and Vatican II documents like the Pastoral Constitution on the Church in the Modem World offered antiwar Catholics theological grounds for opposition to war, they also provided lay Catholics with justification for religiously-grounded social activism.
In 1965 he became the director of the dance program at Mobilization for Youth, where he grew more concerned with racial issues, both in his artistic expression and his social activism.
After all, the move away from overtly feminist art practices can be taken as one symptom of a public shrinking from political and social activism, and a diminished commitment to art, criticism, or almost anything else that openly reflects a political and social consciousness.
There's a mystique that surrounds Harlem --with its rich historical tradition, literature, music, dance, politics and social activism.
Wells's famous anti-lynching pamphlets, such as A Red Record (1895), which Gunning's title purposely echoes, are examined as important contributions to a redefinition of virtuous black womanhood that included social activism as well as political statements against lynching.
Sections on labor and social activism and place and public presence in American Catholicism rounded out the program.
Ruether then follows the developments of the Quaker movement in late-eighteenth and nineteenth century North America in order to trace the second key paradigm shift, from an otherworldly understanding of redemption to a this-worldly understanding that mandated social activism.
She has founded the Refugee Project, a nonprofit organization whose mission is to encourage social activism among urban youth.