Activists aren’t necessarily more aggressive than in the past, but they are using creative and sometimes shocking new tactics that are meant to go viral to spread their message.
From helping the homeless find housing to advocating for marriage equality, these USC Dornsife graduates are changing the world through their activism. [2¾ min read]
Laurie Brand of Middle East studies and international relations at USC Dornsife advocates for freedom — academic and otherwise — with the Middle East Studies Association. [3 min read]
Sophomore Kayla Soren’s International Student Environmental Coalition includes young people from 30 countries who raise awareness about our planet.
Serving Congregation Kol Ami in West Hollywood, Calif., Denise Eger uses her rabbinate as a platform for social activism, advocating for the LGBT community and other groups.
USC Dornsife scholars give insight into the influence of online political activism on society and on participants’ individual psyches.
USC College students fight against apathy in the face of atrocity.
The USC College political scientist was a major force in the disability rights movement.
The College’s Unruh Institute plays host to a message of student action and engagement from activist Ralph Nader.