Social Justice Learning Community

The Social Justice Learning Community

Would you like to work in the social justice field post graduation? With this Learning community you will discuss contemporary moral problems and dissect social movements of the past and present.Students will examine constructions of past and active justice structures while exploring human variation, politics and contemporary moral problems.

"Being a part of a learning community is a wonderful learning experience. From the beginning you make small connections with fellow students that you might've not had the chance to make alone and in turn they may become some of your best friends. Specifically in the Diversity LC, we are taken out of our comfort zones to understand critical issues currently happening in the world and in specifically in Saint Louis. Overall, A learning community is a great way to get close knit friends, learn about yourself, and examine the differences around us."

—Kassie Knight, 2015/16

Course Offerings:

GLBC 1200 SEC 06 Black Lives Matter

Monday/Wednesday 4:00 PM - 5:20 PM

Instructor: Mike Jostedt (jostedmi@webster.edu)

PHIL 2320 SEC 04 Contemporary Moral Problems

Monday/Wednesday 1:00 PM - 2:20 PM

Instructor: Kate Parsons (kparsons@webster.edu)

LEGL 2080 SEC 02/WGST 2000 SEC 01 Laws of Inequality: Race, Gender, and Class

Tuesday/Thursday 10:00 AM - 11:20 AM

Instructor: Robin Jefferson Higgins (robinjefferson85@webster.edu)

EDEX 1500 Webster 101 SEC 10 - 1st 8 weeks

Tuesday 12:00 PM - 1:50 PM

Instructor: Kyle McCool (kylemccool50@webster.edu)

Questions? Feel free to contact:

Justin Barton, Director of First Year Experience


Vanika Spencer, Coordinator of First Year Experience



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