Please join us for an exciting, free presentation on Intersecting Social Justice and Public Policy for a Better Understanding of Who Lives in America
Friday, October 23, 2009
5:00 – 6:30 p.m.
Golden Gate University
536 Mission Street, San Francisco, Room 5203
Dr. Johnson’s research centers on social justice and equity within the fields of higher education, human resource management, leadership and public affairs. He seeks to give “voice” to populations traditionally underrepresented such as people of color, LGBT individuals, women and immigrants.
Dr. Richard Greggory Johnson III has edited and contribued to the following books:
• Resilience: Queer Professors from the Working Class (with Ken Oldfield,
• A Twenty-First Century Approach to Teaching Social Justice: Education for both Advocacy and Action (Peter Lang, 2009) and
• The Queer Community: Continuing the Struggle for Social Justice (Birkdale, 2009).
Dr. Johnson graduated from Golden Gate University with a Doctorate in Public Policy and Administration in 1995 and is currently an Associate Professor with Tenure in the Leadership and Policy Studies Masters and Doctoral Programs at the University of Vermont.
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For more information contact: Janice Carter, firstname.lastname@example.org
Director, GGU University Library