Entries by Christine White

Planting Seeds of Justice

It can be hard to feel like progress is being made when the steps are often so small. But I will focus on the process, focus on the small moments, and the big picture will emerge, bit by bit.

Christine White

Christina White is a Jesuit Volunteer from Indianapolis, IN. She is currently serving at the Northwest Justice Project in Wenatchee, WA as a Legal Specialist and Outreach Coordinator. She graduated from Indiana University Bloomington with a degree in Political Science, Economics, and Spanish.

Small Moments

It is in these times, more than ever, that lessons of self-care and patience are absolutely vital in arming ourselves emotionally to do the work we do. JVC Northwest (naturally) gives us the tools to do this in our daily lives through the four values: social and ecological justice, spirituality, simple living, and community.

Christine White

Christina White is a Jesuit Volunteer from Indianapolis, IN. She is currently serving at the Northwest Justice Project in Wenatchee, WA as a Legal Specialist and Outreach Coordinator. She graduated from Indiana University Bloomington with a degree in Political Science, Economics, and Spanish.

Waiting with La Virgen

“Well, we’ll have to leave early because we need to get to church!” It was an unspoken expectation and excitement that everyone would be present for the celebration of La Virgen de Guadalupe.

Christine White

Christina White is a Jesuit Volunteer from Indianapolis, IN. She is currently serving at the Northwest Justice Project in Wenatchee, WA as a Legal Specialist and Outreach Coordinator. She graduated from Indiana University Bloomington with a degree in Political Science, Economics, and Spanish.