The St. Louis region has the opportunity to become better and stronger through the response to events in Ferguson. Washington University must do our part. We must share, learn, and act. The following are ways to engage on our campuses and throughout the community. Please join us.
Tale of Two Cities: Documenting Our Divides
Offered by the Sam Fox School in fall 2015 with support from The Divided City initiative, this interdisciplinary course will allow students to produce documentary videos to explore issues of a “divided city.” Open to all Washington University students.
Volunteer to Be a Tutor
OASIS Intergenerational Tutoring pairs volunteers with children in grades K-3 to work one-on-one each week as their tutors, mentors and friends. Choose from one of many participating school districts in the greater St. Louis area, including Ferguson-Florissant.
Join the United Way in Helping Ferguson
You can help families in Ferguson by volunteering with the United Way of Greater St. Louis. Assistance is needed with food and supply donations, a book drive and packing and sorting donated items for distribution.
A project that aims to preserve community and media-generated original content to create a resource of diverse perspectives that is freely accessible for students, scholars, teachers and the greater community.