Students activate everyday change
March 25, 2018
When we think of activism, chanting and holding up signs in protest is often the image that comes to mind. Active protest is crucial: it raises awareness, brings together like-minded people, and can help make strides for change. But at the same time, activism cannot be limited only to these marches and organized events–it is something we should implement into our daily lives.
Whether it is the products you buy or the groups you become involved with, change can come in many forms.
This brings up another key aspect of activism; it is not just political. Everyone is interested in different things; activism does not necessarily equal controversy.