Until the great mass of the people shall be filled with the sense of responsibility for each others welfare, social justice can never be attained.
— Helen Keller

Some stakeholders and their areas of interest: 

Mike Ma, Dept. of Criminology, KPU discusses the importance of being engaged.

Dr. Nishant Upadhyay talks Social Justice while making Pakora!

Trout Lake, Vancouver BC

Dave Diewert discusses Alliance Against Displacement

Ann Livingston, activist, discusses the importance of harm reduction

Jeff Shantz, faculty member, Dept. of Criminology, KPU talks about housing in Surrey, BC.

Mebrat Beyene, Executive Director of WISH-Drop in Centre

Lisa Freeman, faculty member, Dept. of Criminology, KPU, discusses her research on Social Justice and the City

Erika Thomson works with a program called the Warm Zone and shares her views concerning stigma and criminalization of drug users

Kevin, Vice-President of VANDU, discusses the work of the Vancouver-based harm reduction organization

Irina Ceric, faculty member, Dept. of Criminology, KPU, discusses legal advocacy and social justice

Alex works with ANKORS in Nelson and discusses his work with people who live with HIV or HepC

Rob Morgan, Eastside Illicit Drinkers Group for Education, tells us why we should care

Mike Larson, faculty member, Dept. of Criminology, KPU, discusses Social Justice

John Scolsh shares his thoughts concerning the Eastside Illicit Drinkers Association for Education

Jeff Shantz, faculty member, Dept. of Criminology, KPU discusses the militarization of policing

Anne Livingston, activist, discusses harm reduction and public health

Rob Morgan, co-founder of Eastside Illicit Drinkers Group for Education, shares what harm reduction means to him