Being a member of Loyola means learning about and taking part in our local, national, and global community. It means participating in activities and events around Baltimore. It means listening and asking questions. It means seeking out meaningful solutions to conflicts and problems. It means showing up and getting others to show up. It means writing letters, voting, and forming relationships. It means getting to know the social justice concerns impacting the local and global community of which Loyola is a part.
How to become an active Loyola citizen?
- Written contact: Letters, petitions, social media campaigns (usually through coalition work)
- Media: Letters to the editor, op-ed, earned media, press-conferences, Spokespeople or pictures
- In-person meetings
- Assembly: Rallies, protests, marches
- Awareness: Ads, canvassing
- And if the going gets really tough
Get Involved Right now:
Want More? Follow These Community Partners:
Social Media is a great way to stay engaged and involved. Stay up to date through posts about meetings, events, calls to action, articles etc.
Baltimore Education Coalition
CASA de Maryland
Community Development Network
Ignatian Solidarity Network
Leaders of a Beautiful Struggle
Maryland Hunger Solutions
Pax Christi USA
Strong City Baltimore
Stop Homelessness And Reduce Poverty (S.H.A.R.P)
York Road Partnership
Curious to learn more about different social justice issues?
Check out our resource page