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For more than two decades, the Ignatian Family Teach-In for Justice has invited attendees to learn and act with courage to address timely and complex justice issues. This year's gathering, convening from November 3-5, will explore justice at the intersections of immigration, race, and criminal justice, among other issues.
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As the migrant caravan that began in Honduras last week made its way toward Mexico, the Mexican Province of the Society of Jesus (the Jesuits) released a statement calling on all involved to "respect at all times the human rights of migrants."
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The Jesuit Conference Office of Justice and Ecology and the Ignatian Solidarity Network have issued a statement of continued solidarity with the people of Nicaragua on the six-month anniversary of nonviolent protests that led to the deaths toll of at least 300 civilians at the hands of police and government-sponsored paramilitary groups. The initial protests led to the deaths of more than two dozen people. Álvaro Manuel Conrado Davila, a 15-year-old student at Instituto Loyola, the Jesuit High School in Managua, Nicaragua, was among the victims killed while peacefully protesting on April 20.