Urban Plunge Program Details

Examine the socio-economic issues facing communities in New York City in the field    

Learn how to responsibly implement concepts from readings, discussions, and reflections into hands-on work with various community organizations focusing on key social issues in pursuit of well-educated solidarity

Explore the history and current relationships between Fordham and New York City’s communities

Critically analyze the history of New York City through an anti-oppression and anti-racism lens

Gain foundational experience to advance “the service of faith and the promotion of justice"

Questions? Concerns? Contact The Urban Plunge Team at [email protected].

Urban Plunge 2022 welcomed new President Tania Tetlow to the Bronx, as she joined Urban Plunge participants at Drew Gardens, Tremont Neighborhood Action Center, P.O.T.S. (Part of the Solution) and the Webster Avenue Clean-up site.