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Canceling student loans: What’s fair for borrowers, taxpayers?

President Joe Biden’s plan to forgive up to $20,000 in student loan debt for millions of Americans represents an attempt to find a middle ground on a huge issue the administration has struggled with ever since assuming office 19 months ago.

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Reproductive rights in the spotlight following Supreme Court ruling

ASU professor, Mako Fitts Ward weighs in on the social impact of Roe v. Wade being overturned.

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SST Student Spotlight - Antonio Espree-Bey

Antonio joins SST as a Justice Studies student minoring in African and African American Studies.

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ASU School of Social Transformation welcomes new professor: Lila Sharif

Lila Sharif teaches newly conceptualized courses about humanities-centered social science

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Prison reform advocate talks about the justice system

Caroline Isaacs to speak at ASU as part of the Seeking Justice in Arizona lecture series

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Anti-poverty advocate 1st of 3 guest speakers in Seeking Justice in Arizona series

Alex Gulotta focuses on assisting low-income families, and protecting voters' rights.

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Reproductive rights, prison reform and voting equality take center stage in ASU lecture series

The Seeking Justice in Arizona Fall Lecture Series returns for its 18th year.

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Russian-American journalist to discuss justice, democracy at ASU

Activist and bestselling author Masha Gessen to speak at the 22nd Annual John P. Frank Memorial Lecture on April 11.

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Stanlie James on rights for women, people of color and her journey to higher education

Former vice provost to speak at School of Social Transformation webinar March 30.

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Introducing Jeanelle Austin, ASU's inaugural activist-in-residence

Lead caretaker of George Floyd Memorial discusses the politics of memorialization and the importance of rest and reflection for activists.