Social Impact

USC’s Trojan Family Magazine features Najuma Smith-Pollard of USC Dornsife’s Center for Religion and Civic Culture and her community advocacy work. [1½ min read]


On Nov. 20, 1969, a group of activists attempted to reclaim the location of the infamous prison for the native people who had once occupied it. USC Dornsife faculty discuss the implications of the event, which kicked off nearly two years of protest that would shape Native American land rights activism for the next five decades. [4 min read]

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