Our Pathways to Social Change

Using Social Being for Change (SBC), students at The Liberatory Project engage in social change via five critical pathways:  science and medicine; law and government;  commerce and economics; family and education; and community and religion.

Once they are familiar with the social issues embedded in each domain, students pick and specialize in one pathway– developing solutions that are realistic, practical and valid (Empowerment Starts Here, 2012, p. 23).

Whether specific or general, our pathways to social change is methods driven and is governed by a formal process of problem solving. This process has evolved over 30 years to solidify and strengthen the scientific-inquiry model in which is was originally formed.