Loyola University Maryland

The Karson Institute for Race, Peace & Social Justice

Sharing Their Voices

Students Talk Back

This space is designed for college and high school students to provide a site for them to add their collective voices to the ongoing conversations about race and social justice. Each month, students will be invited to submit a one-minute video answering a specific question so that they can “talk back” and “speak up” on the issues.

December Question: What role has social media come to play in resistance and liberation movements?

November Question #2: Why is it important to tell your own story?

November Question #1: What is the future of democracy?

October Question #2: What are the different lenses that we used to form and shape our identities?

October Question #1: What is white supremacy and what are the different ways that it manifests?

September Question #2: Whoever controls the media, do they also control the culture?

September Question #1: What is critical race theory and should it be taught in school?

April Question: What is your race story?

March Question #2: Is America ready for a woman president?

March Question #1: Is 2021 the year of the woman?

February Question #2: What does social justice look like in Biden/Harris' America?

February Question #1: Should America continue to celebrate black history month?

January Question: Has Dr. King's dream been achieved?

December Question: What are the first three things that the Biden/Harris administration should focus on and why?

November Question: What is the future of democracy?

October Question: Am I antiracist?

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