Welcome to the Public Service Blog at the Arkansas Journal of Social Change and Public Service!
The Arkansas Journal of Social Change and Public Service (“AJSCPS”) is committed to providing a space for discussing a wide range of issues that affect the public. We created this blog to complement our academic publication, and to provide a broader forum where both academic and non-academic perspectives can participate in vital conversations. This blog features writers from diverse professional and academic backgrounds that interface with issues of public service, social justice, governance, and policy.
While the purpose of our blog is to share valuable ideas, it is important to note that the views featured in the posts here are those of the writers and not of the AJSCPS, the William H. Bowen School of Law, or UALR. We are here to provide a forum for discussing ideas, and not to prescribe any particular approach to tackling the issues we face in our local, national, and global communities.