Social Justice in Hispaniola is an interdisciplinary 6-credit course offered during the Winter Session of the school year at Roger Williams University. This course is a collaboration between three professors

Dr. Paola Prado (Journalism/Film/Communications)

Dr. Autumn Quezada-Grant (Latin American History)

Dr. Kerri S. Warren (Biology/Public Health)

Dr. Dorian L. Jackson (Spanish Language Literature)

These four professors rotate out the course offering pairs each year offering students an interdisciplinary experience that is both exciting and engaging.

Our teaching and learning methodology is a mix of community engagement, global service learning and Fair Trade Learning (Amizade) with our community partners in the Dominican Republic.


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