The Social Justice Summit is a one day event that provides students, faculty, staff, community members an opportunity to learn about various social issues that surround us locally, nationally, and internationally. Social issues explored such as human trafficking, animals rights, homelessness, the prison system, environmental awareness, immigration reform, the California Master plan, and more. The event features over 20 workshops, a resource fair and two amazing keynote speakers/spoken word artists. It is a free event, with free food and free parking throughout the day. Volunteers need to register online for the event at www.fullerton.edu/socialjusticesummit and remember to check off YES on the box asking if interested in volunteering.