Sean Meloy

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2007

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Sebastian Johnson

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2007

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Sergio Aldana

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2007

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Simeon Talley

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2007

Simeon Tally, Emily Ellis, and Kyle Yurkovich built a more cohesive progressive movement on campus by running a campaign to get their campus’ administration to buy 100% recycled paper.

Stan Williams

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2007

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Stephanie Martinez

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2007

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Tanisha Douglas

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2007

Tanisha Douglas, with the support of Center for Social Justice and Center for Multicultural Equality and Access, developed a daylong leadership retreat providing symposiums for student leaders to discuss vision creation and the why social justice? question. It also provided groups skill-building opportunities, including sessions such as: Introduction to DC, Privilege and Community Awareness, Vision Development, and Goal Setting, as well four Know How workshops (Media Relations, Youth Development and Mentoring Strategies, Literacy Tutoring Strategies, and Georgetown Student Leader Training). Additionally, this project created training prototypes and a professional network for future trainings. Twenty-five student leaders ultimately participated in the symposium. The Center for Social Justice Advisory Board was so impressed by the project’s impact and outcomes that it committed to holding the leadership symposium again in the fall of 2008.

Taymyr Bryant

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2007

2007 UC Berkeley Fellows were able to build a progressive power structure on their campus through student government initiatives.

Terah Edun

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2007

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Tiffany Dockery

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2007

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