There’s no syllabus for this

By: KeShonna Jackson,  Cornell Research
Mon, 06/21/2021

An assault on a Black Cornellian in Collegetown at the beginning of her first year at Cornell spurred Amber Haywood ’21 to work for change for the next four years, explains an article by KeShonna Jackson ’24 on the Cornell Research website.  Haywood got involved in community-engaged learning through clubs such as #DoBetterCornell, Black Students United, and Building Ourselves through Sisterhood and Service, and through her campus job at the Office of Engagement Initiatives (OEI).

“Social justice orientation was very formative to my Cornell experience,” she says in the piece.

Read the story on the Cornell Research website.


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