Hub for Social Reformers

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About the Hub for Social Reformers

A World-Wide Network

 Remembering Past Reformers ·  Recognizing Present Reformers · Raising Future Reformers

The Hub for Social Reformers promotes the accomplishments of past social reformers and links their successes and solutions with the efforts of present-day social reformers who seek to encounter, elucidate, and end injustices just like their predecessors. Connecting the achievements and actions of the past with the present, not only helps present-day reformers solve social struggles but guides others who seek to be future social reformers.

Are you aware of a past reformer who is unknown or forgotten? Do you know a reformer who is known or unknown? Is there an individual(s) you are convinced will be a future reformer? Are you a reformer? Are you inspired to work with others to solve social struggles? Is there an organization or group that you would like to endorse because of their social reform work? Is there a book, article, paper, or some other written document that you wrote or would like to commend about social reform? Are you an artist and would like to share any of your work that focuses on social reform? Is there an artist or group of artists that you would like to applaud for promoting social reform? Arts include movies, music, paintings, etc. that you or others created. If yes to any of the questions above, choose from one of the forms below to do so.

Past Social Reformers

-remembering those who remain unknown or forgotten-

The Hub is dedicated to preserving and advancing the solutions of past social reformers that helped resolve social ills and injustices. Many past social reformers remain unknown to, or are forgotten by, those who seek to advance social justice today. Consequently, the teachings, writings, and speeches of these social reformers are repeatedly neglected and often do not inform the resolutions that present-day justice seekers seek to inspire which the Hub is committed to reversing.

The Hub for Social Reformers advances the solutions of past social reformers that helped resolve social ills and injustices. Many past reformers remain unknown to, or are forgotten by, those who seek to advance social justice today. Consequently, the teachings, writings, and speeches of these reformers are repeatedly neglected and often do not inform the resolutions that present-day justice seekers seek to inspire.

Recommend a known or unknown past reformer to us to consider adding to our list on our web site by clicking here.

Present Social Reformers

-promoting those who are known and those who are largely unknown-

The Hub is dedicated to promoting present day social reformers who are known for their accomplishments towards solving and ending social ills and injustices as a result of their hands-on experiences with such issues. Such personal encounters, and their teachings, writings, and speeches that they formulated as a result of such experiences, are disseminated through the Hub to an interested public including other present day social reformers and those who seek to be future reformers.

The Hub is also dedicated to recognizing present day social reformers who are unknown to present-day justice seekers and the public. Society has mostly recognized social reformers who have passed on or some who are living but in their senior years. As a result, other senior or younger present day social reformers remain unknown and their hands-on experiences, teachings, writings, and speeches remain unidentified and unused. Hence, the Hub is dedicated to recognizing and advancing the work of these persons that are often expressed in public and private gatherings and meetings, classrooms, workshops, conferences and at various local, regional, national, and international events.

The Hub for Social Reformers advances the solutions of present day social reformers that help resolve current social ills and injustices. Many present day reformers are known or remain unknown to those who seek to advance social justice today. Their teachings, writings, and speeches may or may not inform the resolutions that present-day justice seekers seek to inspire.

Recommend a known or unknown present day reformer to us to consider adding to our list on our web site by clicking here.

Future Social Reformers

-raising those who seek to become known and remembered-

The Hub is also dedicated to fostering future reformers by connecting them to the experiences of past and present reformers and to organizations that seek to support their potential. Connecting them is accomplished by promoting books and other writings, conferences, classes, trainings, and seminars that expound upon the ideas, beliefs, and principles of past and present reformers in order to apply their strategies and campaigns to unresolved social problems.

The Hub for Social Reformers guides and promotes those who seek to be future social reformers by recognizing persons and organizations that present day reformers are convinced will be the next generation of reformers.

Organizations Dedicated to Social Reformers

-preserving and elucidating those who are known, unknown, or forgotten-

The Hub is similarly dedicated to promoting organizations that disseminate the knowledge of past and contemporary social reformers. Such organizations have not only preserve hands-on experiences, teachings, writings, and speeches of these social reformers but elucidate them as well. Therefore, the missions, books, conferences, classes, and workshops created by these groups are promoted by the Hub.

The Hub for Social Reformers promotes partnerships with organizations, groups, and individuals that are dedicated to advancing, or have advanced, solutions to resolve and end social struggles and injustices.

Recommend a known or unknown group or organization to us to consider adding to our list on our web site by clicking here.

For more information, please contact Joe Colletti, PhD, at joecolletti@urban-initiatives.org

Applaud Art or Artist


Artists have helped solve social ills and injustices through their art such as murals, paintings, photographs, sculptures, etc.

Recommend a past or present known or unknown artist or group of artists to us to consider adding to our list on our web site by clicking here.

Commend a Publication


Individuals and organizations have helped solve social ills and injustices by circulating publications such as newsletters, magazines, periodicals, and other publications.

Recommend a past or present known or unknown individual or organization to us to consider adding to our list on our web site by clicking here.