SSU Social Justice Week

Sonoma State University hosts its second annual Social Justice Week with more than 30 hours of lectures, panels, films and activities on topics ranging from the Black Lives Matter movement to the CIA. Keynote speakers include author David Talbot, hip-hop historian and radio host DaveyD, and Code Pink co-founder Medea Benjamin. A donation of $10 will be accepted at the door for keynotes, students are free, no one turned away. Parking at SSU is $5-$8 so it is, as always, a good idea to carpool. Keynote speakers March 21: David Talbot, author of the "Devils Chessboard, Allen Dulles, The CIA and the Rise of America's Secret Government," 7 p.m., Student Center Ballroom. March 23: DaveyD, hip-hop historian and host of Hard Know Radio on KPFA. Topic: Social Justice and Black Lives Matter, 7 p.m., Student Center Ballroom. March 25: Medea Benjamin co-founder of women-lead peace group Code Pink, addresses the importance of political activism for social justice, 7 p.m., Student Center Ballroom. For full program schedule go to  http://www.sonoma.edu/newscenter/2016/03/social-justice-week-awakens-activism-on-campus.html