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Jesuit Refugee Service/USA & Jesuit Law Schools Identify Legal Challenges Facing Central American Migrants

In recognition of World Refugee Day, Jesuit Refugee Service/USA (JRS/USA) and 13 U.S.-based Jesuit law schools announce the release of A Fair Chance for Due Process: Challenges in Legal Protection for Central American Asylum Seekers and Other Vulnerable Migrants.

Storytelling, Human Connection and Advocacy: Transforming Numbers into Faces

"Stories not only fill our hearts, they serve as powerful tools for advocacy," said Hannah Hunthausen, Program Coordinator, Faith & Family Homelessness Project, Seattle University School of the Theology & Ministry.

Jesuit Education: How do we obliterate the illusion that we are separate?

How do we and Jesuit institutions avoid creating relational dynamics that perpetuate stereotypes or societal barriers that often lead some to be seen as those who "serve" and others as those who are "served"?