Takin' It To the Streets

Many feminist psychologists are also social justice activists who challenge the systems and structures that oppress and marginalize members of their communities. The work of these psychologists extends beyond their academic careers. They literally take to the streets to engage in political organizing at municipal, state, provincial, and national levels. This exhibit features some of these activist psychologists, highlighting their achievements in movements that were aimed at improving conditions for women, LGBTQ, and racialized communities. Their work reminds us of the importance of collective action for social change.