About the video
Chloe Becker delivered an address on racial justice at the 2019 Ignatian Family Teach-In for Justice.
About Chloe Becker
(bio from 2019)
Chloe Becker is a senior at Magnificat High School in Cleveland, Ohio. This past year, she painted a mural in her school inspired by the call defined in Catholic Social Teaching to dismantle racism. The mural displays three African saints and two leaders who have causes for canonization. Above the saints, she painted constellations to represent a specific area of systemic racism (housing, education, wealth, criminal justice, and healthcare). Her aim was to educate her school on the lives of these saints and to raise school-wide awareness of the systemic racism prevalent today in the U.S.
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