President Tuajuanda C. Jordan Published in Social Innovations Journal

Submitted by Michael Bruckler on December 03, 2021 - 2:02 pm
December 03, 2021
By Michael Bruckler

President Tuajuanda C. Jordan has published an article titled, “Can We Be Better Allies and Advocates? A Roadmap for Institutions to Challenge Systemic Racism” in the most recent issue of the Social Innovations Journal (SIJ).

President Jordan’s article explores the difference between ally-ship and advocacy, defines systemic racism through the lens of institutions of higher education, and offers a roadmap for social impact sector organizations of all kinds to address the challenges for people of color, women and students.

According to the website, SIJ is dedicated to social innovators and entrepreneurs who work at the cross section between the private sector, government, and not-for-profits and aligns them toward collective social impact goals and public policy. SIJ chronicles social innovations and enterprises addressing the world’s most challenging issues surrounding social policy, leadership, human capital, and systems. In collaboration with government, philanthropy, not-for-profits and universities, the Journal bridges formal research and real-life experience. SIJ has published more than 1,000 articles written by practitioners over the past 10 years.

President Jordan’s article can be accessed online.