A JOURNAL DESIGNED WITH THE ETHICAL SCHOLAR IN MIND.
The Social Justice Review (SJR) is an international undergraduate-run journal dedicated to the publication of undergraduate and graduate work pertaining to the themes of social justice.Our journal is generously funded by the USC Levan Institute. You can read more about the Institute's mission and programming here.
Our staff curates content from around the world, bringing together research that reflects the numerous dimensions of social justice. By doing so, we hope to provide an outlet for novel approaches and ideas.
Rhondaya Fishburne is a sophomore double majoring in International Relations and NGOs and Social Change from Queens, NY. With her majors she plans on spending time in foreign service and returning to her hometown to advocate for increased money and resources for the youth who live in the projects. She enjoys editing everything—from papers for class to videos for her YouTube channel. She tries to live her life around this short motto: “Love God, love people.” She hopes that through her role in Social Justice Review that she can encourage a more aware and just society that is founded in emphasizing with one another’s struggle.
Kelly is a senior majoring in non-governmental organizations and social change, and is also a first year master’s student in communication management. Kelly is interested in the intersection between NGOs, social justice, communication, and storytelling. Kelly has spent summers interning at the Anti-Defamation League, a public relations firm, and traveling to Switzerland and Greece to study refugee policy through the Oxford Consortium for Human Rights. This semester you can find her interning at the Weingart Center for the Homeless and rock climbing in her spare time.
Yuri Yim is a junior majoring in communication at the University of Southern California. She hopes to apply her studies in a career field focused on pop culture and political opinion writing. Yuri spent the fall serving as a Congressional Intern for California’s 33rd District. This semester, you can find her on campus working at the Rossier School of Education, delegating as the Philanthropy Chair of Delta Omicron Zeta, and writing features for Roski Mag and Haute Magazine.