This course is linked to three or four credit course across the curriculum. Students in this course complete a project that involves participation in activities specifically aimed at promoting social justice and which recognizes and describes social justice, analyzes the issues that cause social and economic disparities, and includes action to address issues of justice by raising awareness or advocating for change. Students wishing to enroll in a SJA Linked-Credit course must have the permission of the instructor and must submit a proposal to the Director of the Nancy Lawson Donahue '49 Institute for Diversity, Ethics and Inclusion. Restrictions: Students may enroll for only one SJA Linked-Credit in a given semester; students may complete up to, but not more than, three SJA Linked-Credits towards completion of the bachelor's degree in a the host course. The SJA Linked-Credit cannot be taken pass/fail, and cannot be linked t a course that is taken pass/fail. This credit counts toward an unrestricted elective and could count towards the electives for the minor in Human Rights. SJA credits do not satisfy other degree requirements unless authorized by an academic department.