VIDEO: Seeking Justice at the Intersection of Mercy and Privilege | Ignatian Family Teach-In for Justice
About the video
The Council for Inclusion, Change and Inequality at Loyola University Maryland presented at the 2016 Ignatian Family Teach-In for Justice on Sunday, November 13, 2016. The title of their presentation was Seeking Justice at the Intersection of Mercy and Privilege.
About Council for Inclusion, Change, and Inequality
CICE’s mission is to improve and enrich the everyday experiences of marginalized groups of people by engaging Loyola students and employees in educational programming and spaces for authentic dialogue. CICE has hosted multiple events, including a September 2016 die-in to raise awareness about police brutality directed at African Americans, and pushed for racial justice training.
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