- How does social justice work benefit from accurate common-sense thinking about quantitative information?
- How can I tell when someone presents numbers that are bogus?
- How can I keep from doing that myself?
CMMU 10 and CMMU 30 Offered Summer 2016 (Session 2)
March 04, 2016
Interested in the Community Studies Major?
Check out CMMU 10, Intro to Activism (entry requirement for the major, satisfies IS requirement)
This Course Surveys different strategies of community activism including charity, volunteering, labor and community organizing, and global activisms to see how some challenge existing social relations and others reproduce them.
Looking for a Summer course to fulfill the SR Requirement?
Check out CMMU 30, Numbers and Social Justice. This Community Studies course answers these questions:
Working with justice-relevant case examples - from income inquality to healthcare access, from gender discrimination to racial profiling - you’ll learn key principles of numeracy and become a wise consumer and even a wise producer of numerical information.
Numeracy is like literacy, only for numbers. It is POWER!