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The Fall/Winter 2020 edition of the Peace and Justice Institute’s JOURNAL is out, with articles covering a variety of topics, including civil rights, building interfaith bridges, the stories of three Muslim women, and ableism and language, among others.
“The JOURNAL provides a twofold purpose: to lead us toward reflection of how we individually practice peace and justice, and a place to document the work being done in our schools, community and organizations,” said Peace and Justice Institute Director Rachel Allen. “At a time when our country is facing our deepest historical wound of racism, the PJI JOURNAL provides a platform to discuss racism and other important issues related to social justice.”
This issue features the quality design work of student and graphic designer William Zaballero. who came highly recommended from our Graphic Design program.
“I had the blessing of watching William grow as a designer since his very first graphic design course at Valencia,” said Kristy Pennino, professor, graphic design. “He’s not only a naturally talented designer, but is a quietly clever and creative visual problem solver whose human-centered thinking and execution is quite magical.”
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The Spring/Summer edition of the PJI JOURNAL will be available in January.