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A student spoke solemnly to me. Over winter break, the community in Ashland, Montana had experienced the abrupt death of two teenagers.
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I find that wholeness is embodied by young people who are brave and resilient, honest and vulnerable, and who continue to grow and persist even in the face of more than I could handle.
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As white allies for racial justice, the Ignatian Examen can guide us to be aware not only of the world around us, but how we move, act, and love within it—to reflect and be aware of the systemic racial oppression our society is built upon, and on how we not only benefit from it, but on how we can use our power and privilege to dismantle it and support people of color.