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The multidisciplinary study incorporates public health, human rights, and environmental justice, uniting researchers and specialists in both Honduras and the U.S. to explore the impact of extractive industry and provide evidence and information for local and international advocacy.
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Statements released earlier this month by the Jesuit curia and regional networks in Central America and Mexico as well as South America addressed concerns related to the executive orders relating to immigration and refugees announced in the last two weeks by President Trump.
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In 2014, I went to Immokalee, Florida with a group of students from John Carroll University. Like many who attend immersion trips, I was excited to expand my worldview, learn from those we encountered and affirm my passion for social justice. Unlike many, however, my connection to my Catholic faith entering the trip was minimal at best.