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April 29, 2010

Launch: WITNESS, Journal of Social Responsibility

witness.jpg WITNESS: A Journal of Social Responsibility, "the nation's first undergraduate social justice journal," was launched today, April 29, 2010, at the Boston College Arts Festival. The first issue features writing by BC undergrads on a variety of projects and people connected to the college that "reveal the rich varieties of wisdom, courage and faith that help to feed our community." "Art As a Voice For Justice" is an article by Taylor Youpa that explores a handful of art-based initiatives that have changed communities and empowered marginal groups in Boston and beyond, including Artists for Humanity, the HOPE campaign, General Idea, the Billboard Liberation Front and the Village of Arts and Humanities. The journal staff comprises 17 undergraduates majoring in everything from theology to biology. The journal can be accessed online and in hard copy. [LINK] Posted by Linda Frye Burnham

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