This site showcases a collection of works on Racist and Anti-Racist Events completed by undergraduate and graduate students studying criminology and criminal justice at CSULB as part of a required course (CRJU 330/530: Ethics, Values, & Diversity in Criminal Justice). The purpose of the collection is to chronicle, educate, engage, provoke, transform, and inspire.
Presented by the School of Criminology, Criminal Justice and Emergency Management (CCJEM)
The School of Criminology, Criminal Justice and Emergency Management (CCJEM) offers 6 degree pathways for both undergraduate and graduate candidates that prepare students to work in a variety of fields including: law enforcement, the courts, community and correctional institutions, and disaster recovery services. The criminal justice career sector is among the fastest growing in the United States.
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