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ISN to Hold National Advocacy Month on Immigration Amid Pope Francis’s Mexico Visit
Next month, thousands across the country will urge their representatives and other lawmakers to pass humane immigration reform during Ignatian Family Advocacy Month (IFAM). Sponsored by the Ignatian Solidarity Network, IFAM will take place over the entire month of February, strategically coinciding with Pope Francis’s first visit to Mexico from February 12-18, when he is expected to visit Mexico’s border with Texas in a display of solidarity with migrants.
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How Gun Violence Takes a Toll on Our Cities
While visiting my hometown of Chicago in recent years, I’ve been greeted by grave issues seeking my attention: guns, violence, and death. These things seem to be taking over my city, and making it feel much less like the home I love.
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Santa Clara University to Premiere XLIII Requiem Honoring Victims of Violence
On January 15, 2016, Santa Clara University, in collaboration with Montalvo Arts Center, will present XLIII: A Contemporary Requiem to honor victims of violence worldwide, including 43 male students from Ayotzinapa, Guerrero, Mexico who were kidnapped in 2014 after traveling to the city of Iguala to stage a protest against perceived government corruption.