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The 26th Amendment 50 Years Later
This year marks the 50th anniversary of the passing of the 26th Amendment.  Enacted in 1971, the 26th amendment grants the right to vote to all Americans, 18  years  and older and is one of a series of amendments enacted to protect the right of every (More)
Meet Our '21 USF in DC Fellows
We are proud to introduce this semester's USF in DC cohort! USF in DC is a semester-long program in Washington, D.C. that integrates a full-time internship with relevant coursewo (More)
How To Be a Changemaker
While we are all busy preparing for a year of in-person learning, the Center wants to remind students that they can begin to explore their roles as Changemakers for the common good. Changemakers on campus and in community become well-informed and civ (More)
Supporting Black Students
This blog is written by two of our Center’s students, Jada Curry and Metyia Phillips.Jada  is one of our Engage San Francisco Literacy tutors, and works with our community partner, the New Community Leadership Foundation. Additionally, Jada is our 20 (More)
Designing Our Vision of Justice
Last month, a newly formed Mural Design committee gathered for the McCarthy Center's first in-person meeting since the Center closed in Spring of 2019. The committee made up of Center students, community partners, staff and faculty, were tasked with (More)
Supporting Year-Round Literacy
Throughout this month, we have highlighted our summer learning partnerships in the USF/ Heart To Heart/ Mo’MAGIC Summer Literacy program and the More)
Re-Engaging for the Fall
In this week's blog, we continue to celebrate National Summer Learning Week with a post from the Summer Academy Program (SAP) Program Director, Imène Ghernati and student teachers (More)
Meet our 2021 McCarthy Fellows in Sacramento
Our 2021 McCarthy Fellows in Sacramento have begun their full time internships, helping to make a difference from California's Capitol! This summer, seven students will be experiencing  policymaking and advocacy in our California state capitol in org (More)
Driven By a Constant Pursuit of Equity
In May, our Engage San Francisco Literacy Coordinator, Dresden Smith, graduated with her Master's in Higher Education. Her thesis, Dual Pandemics: Implications for the Black Athlete, looks at how the pandemic and the resurgence of the Black Lives Mat (More)
Seeking Justice Through Journalism
This week's blog is a reprint from the May '21 issue of the USF Magazine. Former Sarlo Scholar, Lucas Waldron '13, is another McCarthy Center alum named on USF's 30 Under 30 list!  As a part of our Global Sarlo program, Lucas traveled to Bolivia to w (More)
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