If you want the SAA Annual Meeting to be more socially responsible, speak up now

I think the title says it all. Actually, that’s not true. You should also speak up if you disagree with what is being defined as “socially responsible” or you think this shouldn’t be an important issue.

There is a new post on the blog of the SAA Annual Meeting Task Force, “The Challenges and Opportunities of Being Socially Responsible.” If this is something you care about, go and comment or send a message to one of the people listed in the post.

The group is looking for feedback in three areas: fair labor practices, environmental sustainability, and service projects.

If there is a deadline for giving feedback, could someone please post that in the comments? Thanks.

 

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