Gonzaga Students Join Governor O’Malley to Lobby Against the Death Penalty

Matt Gannon writes about the lobbying day of Gonzaga students in Annapolis, MD to repeal the death penalty on Feb 14.
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Hundreds Advocate During Ignatian Family Advocacy Month

Ignatian Family Advocacy Month (IFAM), a national advocacy effort of the Ignatian Solidarity Network inspired hundreds of advocates from Jesuit universities, high schools, and parishes to engage in legislative advocacy on three priority issues: sustainable environmental practices, humane comprehensive immigration reform, and protecting those impacted by economic poverty in the U.S.

Culture of Disposability

The culture of disposability abounds when personal convenience becomes the primary driving force behind individual decisions, while other factors – like accounting for limited earthly resources, fair wages for workers, and environmental health – do not factor into our decision making processes.