The Working Women’s Network aims to empower members of the Yale community to be the change we seek here and elsewhere.
We invite all members of the Yale Community to explore how we process when we are confronted with social injustices in the world around us.
Together, through education, understanding, cooperation, and love for our fellow human beings we can overcome the biases that exist within the systems of our workplace and our society. We do this by working together to lift each other up, and by being allies to those in need of support.
It is our vision to one day have a physical wall where members of the Yale community can post, draw, paint, gather, speak, sing, look upon for inspiration, or in other ways share their experiences with social justice in its various forms. Until then, our virtual wall exists below, and if you would like to share your truth, you may do so through this survey link.
This is a space to celebrate your journey of healing, resiliency, and awakening to various forms of social injustice. As you consider what social justice means to you, we invite you to share those things that have validated your perspective, supported your wellbeing, and provided you with a moment of awakening about sociopolitical dynamics.
This is a space to make your voice heard as you contemplate who you are as a person, what you are feeling in the moment, and the ways in which you are stirred by what you see and hear.
What is your truth? What is Social Justice and what does it mean to you? If you would like to share your truth, you may do so through this survey link.