Pacific Northwest Social Action Speaker Series

Upcoming lecture

EduAnarchy in Theory and Practice: Social Justice Pedagogy from the Catholic Worker Movement to Today With labor, immigration, and social historian Gary Kaunonen

Wednesday, April 23
Noon – 1 p.m.
Harned Hall, room 110

Contact Information

Aaron Goings

Pacific Northwest Social Action Speaker Series

Department overviewHistory (M., m.)Political science (M., m.) International relations (m.) Social Action Speaker Series

In 2013, the Saint Martin's University Department of History and Political Science established the Pacific Northwest Social Action Speaker Series in the hopes of raising awareness about the region's rich history of social justice movements. It celebrates people and movements committed to furthering social justice in all its forms in the Pacific Northwest.

The speaker series draws on the interests of SMU faculty, students, and wider community in Pacific Northwest history and social movements for workplace democracy, civil rights and liberties, and environmental justice.

Admission to lecture series events is free and open to the public.

Past speakers

Richard Burton, October 30, 2013
Shanna Stevenson, March 27, 2013