Combined action that positively impacts communities.
The William Monroe Trotter Collaborative for Social Justice was conceived in 2018 with four key objectives:
Connect Harvard University faculty, students, and scholars conducting research in advocacy, social justice, and related topics with local and national organizations working to create a more profound understanding of the frontiers of practice and the challenges faced by advocates.
Build collaboration between teams of Harvard students and organizations in the context of field-based exploration, practical policy projects, and public service work.
Develop inclusive platforms for faculty and students disseminating their research across audiences.
Promote greater access to public policy and legal resources at Harvard and elsewhere, in areas of desperate need.
For more information about the Trotter Collaborative, please visit the initiative's website.