Loyola’s Center for Community, Service, and Justice aims to be a resource for students, faculty, community partners and alumni and supporters. Please contact Our Team to set up a time to learn more, discuss CCSJ/Ignatian terms and pedagogy and to discuss new opportunities, ideas, and partnerships.
More resources are available below.
Whether looking for information on specific social justice issues for a research paper or for personal growth, CCSJ is happy to supply those resources. Stop by and browse the CCSJ library, which is stocked with books on current social issues that may be borrowed for up to three weeks. Drop by our CCSJ front desk to request a book, or fill out this online request form.
CCSJ also has a collection articles, videos, and pictures on social justice topics for use! Click on the following links to access these databases:
Affordable Housing and Homelessness
Alcohol and Substance Abuse Resources
Baltimore Website Resources
Catholic Social Teaching
Corporate Responsibility and Sustainable Development
Education and Literacy
Human Rights/Workers' Rights
Jesuit/Salvadoran Martyrs and the School of the Americas
Research and Advocacy
Service-Learning and Community-Based Learning
International Solidarity Organizations
Information on Latin American Issues
Latin American Studies