Welcome to our 2020 virtual Social Justice Fair! The Grade 12 students in Theology IV and Liberty, Justice & Security classes have completed their yearlong capstone project focused on a specific social justice issue. Their task was to research an issue of interest and apply their critical thinking skills to address its historical roots and the people whom it impacts.  Using the lens of Catholic Social Justice Teaching, they determine a concrete solution and/or act of advocacy to make a difference in the world today. 

Each project demonstrates the fruits of a four year Fontbonne education as one that prepares our graduates to be critical thinkers and effective communicators. In addition to the 20-page paper they have written, the Social Justice Fair provides students with a platform to present what they have learned to the Fontbonne community and invited guests. 

The Social Justice Fair is traditionally held on campus.  For the first time, this special event is taking place virtually due to the COVID-19 pandemic.  Thank you for joining us and for celebrating the hard work and passion of our students.  We invite you to visit this webpage daily as new student projects will be released throughout the week. 

Click on the date below and you will be taken to the presentations released on that day. 

Monday, May 11, 2020
Grace Barrett, Maddie Chrisom, Sara Cole, Sarah Connelly, Gabrielle Dedier, Clarissa Garzon, Alyssa Gonzalez, Daneev Imbert, Hanna Jane Kilduff, Meghan Stravin, Lauren Williamson & Elise Wolk
Tuesday, May 12, 2020
Brittany Acloque, Mackenzie Blaho, Owen Bourque, Rebecca Gozzo, Jennifer Hegarty, Christie Louis, Eimear McGowan, Marikha Mehu, Marisha Mehu & Molly O'Connor
Wednesday, May 13, 2020
Jennifer Barron, Olivia Butts, Chloe Downs, Grace Duncan, Bridget Feldman, Tessa Gelin, Jane Leonard, Brooke McMurtry, Aliya Pasquale, Sara Prophete &  Jacqueline White
Thursday, May 14, 2020
Liliana Baker, Chloe Donovan, Katherine Kapolis, Erin Leahy, Isabel Raymond, Kathleen Rose, Mary Stack, Caroline Tuite, Lauren Van Nosdall
Friday, May 15, 2020
Madison Coughlin, Julia Cunningham, Isabella Petrosino, Kieran Quijano, Rodarmel Saint Louis, Olivia Shields, Rain Shu, Kaylan Soares, Lindsey Toland, Abigail Vixama & Ada Wu

 

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