We are three Loyola students who believe that the movement we are currently witnessing must not end as a news story passes with time. As a university, we have the responsibility to practice and promote racial equality and justice both now and going forward so that change becomes permanent and action becomes habitual.
Resources for Change is an educational platform for students, friends, family, educators, and anyone else who is looking to learn about the history and nature of racism, civil rights, social justice, and systemic injustice. We hope you find this platform useful. This page was put together with the help of the amazing Loyola University faculty.
Rev. Scott said “Critique what is, create what should be."
James Baldwin said in 1963 in his “A Talk to Teachers” that “The paradox of education is precisely this - that as one begins to become conscious one begins to examine the society in which he is being educated.”
Bryan Stevenson once said, "We all have a responsibility to create a just society."