The Social Issues Resource Center strives to incorporate praxis, action informed by theory or knowledge, into all of our activities. We are a networking hub for all members of WWU and Bellingham communities, a meeting space for any individual engaged or concerned about today's world.

We program events on a range of issues; from popular education on anti-oppression issues to workshops on organizing and media literacy. We welcome any individuals interested in planning events to work with us and use our resources. We are happy to provide an introduction to do-it-yourself programming.

Our library of resources is available to all and emphasizes self-education as a tool for social justice. See our Resources page for links and a catalogue of our library.

The Social Issues Resource Center is a space in which students and other members of WWU and Bellingham communities can self educate, discuss, and organize around important social justice issues.