Social Justice Institute Wants You…to betray your country

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(LFC Comments:  Come learn how to undermine your country through HOLA, Ohio. You may even learn all about the Cloward-Piven strategy to ovewhelm the welfare system.  You will visit local churches and meet the false prophets that are selling out your country. Also, your loyalty will be purchased with a bribe, if you attend all five brain washing sessions.)

The Social Justice Institute (SJI) invites undergraduate first-years, sophomores and juniors to apply to the Social Justice Scholars (SJS) study group focusing on immigration reform. If accepted, you will receive a $500 stipend for your full participation in the program.

Program Details

Over the course of the spring 2020 semester, you will:
  • Work with SJI Co-Director John Flores on several immigration initiatives
  • Attend community meetings at Sanctuary Churches in Northeast Ohio
  • Participate in events with HOLA Ohio
  • Discuss several books and short primers on immigration reform


As a scholar, you will be responsible for:
  • Reading all of the assigned materials
  • Attending five planning and discussion sessions which will include discussions of assigned readings and planning participation in local immigration activities
  • Reconvening with the group in fall 2020 to discuss what you learned through the program. These statements will be compiled into a video and podcast format to be shared with the wider SJI community via the SJI YouTube channel.
  • Fully participating in the program. In order to receive the $500 stipend, you must attend all five sessions in their entirety.


The five sessions will be held during the Community Hour (12:30 to 2 p.m.) on:
  • Friday, Feb. 14
  • Friday, Feb. 28
  • Friday, March 20
  • Friday, April 10
  • Friday, April 24

How to Apply

Submit a one-page statement that explains why you are interested in immigration reform. The one-page statement must be submitted as a double-spaced Microsoft Word document (12-point Times New Roman font, standard 1-inch margins). The statement should include your name, year of study, areas of study (majors and minors) and email address. Eligible scholars from spring 2019 are permitted to reapply.

All application statements should be emailed to by Monday, Feb. 3, 2020.

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