3 Pillars of Social Justice Advocacy
Do you seek to create change in your community? Whether this change is in the arena of criminal justice or education reform, the three pillars of new social justice advocacy will provide you with key tools for leading social change. The three pillars are grounded in an assets-based, community empowerment approach. The pillars combine principles of social justice, leadership, and public policy advocacy to provide you with guidance on how to be proactive in the pursuit of justice.
PILLAR 1: Social Justice. Social justice advocacy begins with addressing the root causes of oppression and marginalization.
PILLAR 2: Leadership. Leadership is at the core of social change since it aids in creating a shared vision and building strategic coalitions.
PILLAR 3: Public Policy Advocacy. Social change is a byproduct of strategic action and collective engagement.