This paper examines the role that Canadian community colleges can play to meet the social justice needs of their constituencies. It considers the meaning of social justice to the stakeholders of the community college. It describes how a community college can model the ideals of social justice to its students and to the community at large.
This paper reflects on the responses of two members of a Canadian community college to questions about themselves and about the college. The participants discussed their current roles and activities within the college. They described their views regarding the role of the college within its community. They considered and described their thoughts on how the college could address issues that the college may be facing.