Social Justice Clubs
The Global Justice Coalition is a group formed by students on campus who hope to educate fellow students in the Seattle Prep community about global justice issues. Our goal is to motivate people to understand and to act against injustices in our world.
Rachel Ford serves as moderator for GJC and is the Director for Christian Service as Seattle Prep.
FIG is a group for Prep students committed to advocating for social, political, and economic equality of all genders. We meet the first and third Fridays of every month during lunch, and membership is open to any student at Seattle Prep. Throughout the year we feature guest speakers, discussion groups, and activities about gender/sexism and how we can work together for justice inside and out of the Prep community.
Elizabeth Borgen is in her second year of advising FIG and her 11th as a school librarian. A lifelong feminist, she is delighted to work with students towards gender equality.
The mission of One Voice is to facilitate acceptance, understanding, and respect for all members of the Seattle Prep community, specifically with regard to sexual orientation and gender identity.We invite Seattle Prep’s students, faculty, and staff to participate in One Voice activities as part of:
- Embracing the Jesuit tradition of cura personalis, per Ignatian Spirituality;
- Upholding the dignity of all human persons, per Catholic Social Teaching;
- Actively expressing special care and concern for all people, per the US Bishop's Conference;
- And being loving and committed to justice, per Seattle Prep’s “Profile of the Graduate at Graduation,” or “Grad at Grad.”
Jen Dotsey, of the English and Community Ministry departments, began serving as moderator for One Voice in 2015.