The Marianist Social Justice Collaborative (MSJC) began in 1998 as a vehicle to promote education and action for social justice within the Marianist Family.
Since that time, we have continued the founding vision of the Collaborative: to educate the Marianist Family about social justice, to help Marianist Family members network around common social justice concerns and to provide community reflection and support for Marianists to do the work of justice.
To put our mission into action, MSJC supports seven issue teams. These issue teams are made up of a group of individuals who work together to address a specific social justice issue. The teams set goals for themselves and determine their own direction moving forward. Our current teams are:
- Adele Social Justice Project (Young Adult Outreach)
- Death Penalty Abolition and Restorative Justice
- Immigrant Justice
- Integral Ecology
- LGBT Initiative
- Racial Justice
- Women & Justice