UHart's March for Justice
On Saturday, March 26, students will lead the UHart community on a march across campus. The “March for Justice” is an effort to bring awareness to issues impacting communities at home and abroad. Participants are encouraged to make signs and wear attire in support of issues they care about such as, the humanitarian crisis in Ukraine, human trafficking, COVID pandemic, LGBTQIA+, Anti-Asian Hate, Black Lives Matter, Mental Health, and Suicide Prevention.
"We have to find ways to have inclusive conversations that lead to meaningful difference,” says Principal organizer, Trinity Moses ’23. “This march is one small step in that direction.”
Participants will gather in GSU before the march to organize and make signs. There will be performances by Fenomena, UHa Steppaz, and Lillian Bertram. Student leaders will also reflect on ways the UHart community can actively engage.