TEEMS AmeriCorpsTEEMS members participate in drawing sustainable living spaces
Interns in the CityCrim Center intern Jason Moore leads a Georgia State University college tour with Stonewall Tell Elementary STEM Club fifth graders
Early College LearningEarly College Summer Enrichment students engage in GSU courses
Community ServiceAmeriCorps members and local students serve together in community projects
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- Teach Freedom: Education for Liberation in the African-American Tradition book reviewTeach Freedom: Education for Liberation in the African American Tradition (2008) is a great resource for educators, students and community organizers. This anthology, edited by Charles M. Payne and Carol Sills Strickland, covers much of the history of emancipatory educational efforts in the United States. Beginning from the end of the Civil War, these… more »News
- Crim Center shows commitment to service during MLK Day 2015The Kingian philosophy is steeped in the themes of nonviolent action, service, and transformative love for social change. Like Dr. Alonzo A. Crim’s vision for the Community of Believers, Dr. King’s “Beloved Community” was a vision of an interconnected diverse community working together peacefully to eliminate the suffering of our neighbors and the entire human… more »News
- Selma: a student’s reflection on the movieAfter watching the movie, Selma (2014), I left the theater feeling an overwhelming sense of responsibility, to take more of an active role within my community and to help improve the quality of life for all. There has to be something that we as human beings believe in and are willing to stand firmly for.… more »News
The Crim Center’s affiliated faculty, GRAs and staff actively engaged in robust research projects that are guided by these questions: What is the value of… more »
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