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ACSJL Impact Study

Dear Praxis Readers,

The Arcus Center for Social Justice Leadership (ACSJL) is turning ten years old, and it’s time to look at the impact that the ACSJL has had on our community. One of the ways we are measuring our impact is through looking at the impact of the Praxis Center.

We would love to hear from you. In the comments section, please let us know what you enjoy about Praxis and how it has helped guide your work and frame your social justice lens as a general reader, educator, artist and/or activist.

Thank you.

Dr. Lisa Brock, Senior Editor


  1. Dana Robinson

    I’ve appreciated the work of ACSJL since I was a student at K right at the center was starting, and the Praxis publications are some of the main ways I stay connected to the institutions. I appreciate the variety of topics, the clear and accessible the way the authors present nuanced and specific issues, and the relevance to current events as well as larger movements. As an acupuncturist, I especially appreciate the writing on healthcare policy and the limits of our current model.

  2. Congratulations for the ACSJL’s tenth year! I only came to subscribe to Praxis last year, but as an emerging academic, it’s been a good resource for teaching and for organizing, with practical tools like syllabi, and resources that can be shared with students and peers, such as views and histories from various identities, backgrounds and causes, all working toward social justice. Thank you all for your important work!

  3. Jan Tobochnik

    I find the articles put out by the Praxis Center to be very informative. Although it is hard to directly use the knowledge I gain in the teaching of the content of my physics courses, I do find that I frequently gain insight which helps me work with an increasingly diverse group of students in my classes. Also, I better understand the structural barriers that exist at the College and whenever I can I push for eliminating these barriers.