Local to Global Justice:
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About the Forum & Festival

Each year Local to Global Justice presents the Forum and Festival, an annual event that seeks to connect local diversity, sustainability, social justice, and human rights issues to larger global struggles. This event provides an outstanding space for the sharing of experiences and knowledge between scholars and activists working on a wide range of social justice, human rights and sustainability issues.  All are welcome!

 

Check out the agenda for the 23rd Annual Forum and Festival – Feb. 16-17, 2024.

This event is sponsored by ASU, School of Social Transformation, the School for the Future of Innovation in Society, ASU United Student Government and donations, to Local to Global Justice.

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Statements

Local to Global Justice acts in solidarity with our communities and deepening our collective rejection of white supremacy, systemic racism and other forms of oppression.

Black Lives Matter

Local to Global Justice acts in solidarity with our communities and deepening our collective rejection of white supremacy, systemic racism and other forms of oppression.

Call for Ceasefire in Gaza

We are deeply disturbed at the escalation of violence in Gaza and grieve the loss of civilian life, including many mothers and children.

Indigenous Land

We acknowledge that ASU sits on the homelands of 22 American Indian tribes that have inhabited this land as sovereign peoples for centuries, including the Akimel O’odham (Pima) and Pee Posh (Maricopa) peoples. I also acknowledge and pay respect to Indigenous elders – past, present, and future – as custodians of this land throughout the generations.