Maya Pace, Peace and Justice Studies, Class of 2018

“To me PJS has been a really important and incredible challenge…I think that incorporating Peace and Justice Education into Higher Education is actually really critical and not have it be a background, and having it take a back seat. I worry that if PJS is not elevated to the space of a major, that its power and value gets incredibly diminished…We are living in a world that has not prioritized Peace and Justice Education right? We are living it right now and seeing the effects of it. We are seeing what happens when you abstract people and groups we are seeing the effects of when you isolate. I think PJS is so critical to providing a different way of moving forward.”

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