CSUEB's Social Justice League

The Social Justice League is a student organization that is supported by the Department of Educational Psychology and recognized the University.

College of Education and Allied Studies

League Information

Take Action

• Become aware of injustice around you.

• Increase your knowledge about issues of social injustice by reading newspapers, Internet resources, and talking to others interested in creating change.

• Volunteer with an organization that is promoting change

• Have conversations with friends to spread your knowledge.

• Stand up and speak up!  Intervene when you witness an injustice and let your voice be heard.


To empower people to work toward positive social change
and social justice by:

• Advocating for disadvantaged youth and underrepresented
community members.

• Raising awareness for mental health services.

Become a member!

Membership is open to all CSUEB students. Members must be willing to:

• Attend monthly meetings (3 per quarter)

• 1 hour of community or campus based service


2015 Social Justice League Committee Members

Megan Hill
Katherine Kory
Rachael Gai
Christina Reilly
David Alarcon

Community Counseling Center
Department of Educational Psychology
California State University, East Bay, AE 260
25800 Carlos Bee Blvd.
Hayward, CA 94542

Phone: (510) 885-3007  Office Hours (Spring, Fall, Winter Quarter): 9 am to 8 pm Tuesday, Wednesday, & Thursday Office Hours (Summer Quarter): 11 am to 8 pm Tuesday, Wednesday

Events 2015

• Dine 4 Dollars
  March 20, 2015

• Welcome Day
   April 18, 2015


The Social Justice League sponsored by the Educational Psychology department is dedicated to making an impact on social justice and community crisis awareness.  Our volunteer effort with the cities public agencies and local no-profit organizations has increased awareness of under served topics for that last 3 year. Our efforts will only continue to grow as we campaign for a stronger cultural shift in social justice. 

2011 Events

Alameda County Food Drive

Diversity Day

2012 Events

Alameda County Crisis Support Services, Suicide Prevention Week
Alameda County Office of Education Abuse Prevention Curriculum
Alameda County Food Drive
Hayward Promise Neighborhoods Community Festival
Diversity Day - Heifer Project - Great American Condom Campaign - Social Justice League Movie Night

2013 Events

Al Fresco

Diversity Day

Alameda County Food Drive

2015 Events

Dine 4 Dollars - March 20, 2015

Welcome Day - April 18, 2015

Community Involvement

Our group is committed to partnering with agencies all over our local communities in an effort to combine the massive University student populations with the services in their growing areas.


Cal State East Bay students earning their master’s degrees in school psychology and school counseling promote social justice through coursework and practice in the field. They recognized that our local community has significant needs that require advocacy and support.

The League is highly involved in spreading the word and providing vital information to promote awareness to major issues in the world today.

Domestic Violence Awareness Month
Hunger in America
World AIDS Day (American Assn. for World Health)
National Mentoring Month

The Social Justice League (SJL) work across several areas of concern in the community.  Our members can volunteer their time in a variety of ways here are just a few of our service areas.

Keep Hayward Clean and Green Task Force
Alameda County Food Bank
Love Don't Hurt (Non-profit Abuse Prevention Organization)
Other Club Fundraising/Campus Recruitment Events


Established in January 2011. Under the guidance of Dr. Oahn Tran Faculty Member in the Educational Psychology Department.

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Since the SJL's establishment in 2011 our group, through the pioneering efforts of a few conscientious students we have grown and continue to grow and provide services to our community. We look forward to serving our neighborhood for many years yet to come. Even as we graduate and move from the area we will take our experiences here and further continue to serve our new populations.

Founding Members        
Molly Weston, Gizelle Roberson, Ashley McDaid, Mary Champion,
and Vicky Breinyn               
2012 Members
Tania Resendiz, Adrianna Raefield, BoAe Kim, Rebecca Kim,
and Tiffany Chen
2013 Members

Bonnie Baker, Dionisia Inocencio, Griffin Snyder, Maricruz Mez,
and Stephanie Chen


November 2011


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