Liberatory Leadership: Incorporating Social Justice Pedagogy in Leadership Education
Traditional leadership programs often focus on leadership as a skill building exercise, with social justice as a component rather than the emphasis. However, at Georgia State University's Panther LEAP program, leadership is examined through a social justice lens with social change and liberation as the desired outcome of leadership development. See how we utilize social justice pedagogy to build leadership competency by developing the critical consciousness of our students.
Additional registration required
Sunday, March 29
9:00 am to 12:00 pm
Prithak Chowdhury, Coordinator, Residential Leadership and Civic Engagement/ Georgia State University
Ashley Brown, Assistant Director, Equity, Diversity, & Inclusion/ Georgia State University