Members of USF’s Kappa Alpha Theta fraternity have created a Student Social Justice Exhibit for Gleeson Library on the topic of foster care. The fraternity annually donates money to Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA), an organization that provides foster children with consistent, caring volunteer advocates, trained to address each child’s needs in the court and the community.
Through the library display the fraternity hopes to raise awareness of the broken foster care system in the United States and the effects on the children in the system. Visit the display to learn how you can help, by donating either money or time to organizations working to address this issue.
Gleeson Library invites USF students to create library displays on social justice issues near and dear to you. You come up with the idea and design your own signage. The library will supply the space and the books. Sound intriguing? We’d love to hear from you. Please email email@example.com to collaborate on a student social justice exhibit.