Social Justice Conference Planning for Writing Studies: Frameworks, Triumphs, and Challenges
Writers: Craft and Context
In this series of personal reflections, authors from the Social Justice at the Convention Committee and the Local Arrangements Committee discuss their efforts to do social justice conference planning for the Conference on College Composition and Communication from 2018 to 2021. The challenges of doing social justice programming in a shifting convention landscape have been tremendous but, the authors have found, they are not insurmountable. The authors use their experiences to offer a conceptual framework and guiding questions for enacting social justice events at academic con-ventions. The lessons the authors have learned in the process about funding, labor, sustainability, and ethics of incorporating community voices will be important and useful to readers who want to highlight such programming in national, regional, local, and online venues
Byrd, Antonio, Maria Novotny, Michael Pemberton, Vershawn Young.
"Social Justice Conference Planning for Writing Studies: Frameworks, Triumphs, and Challenges."
Writers: Craft and Context, 3 (1).