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"No Hate, No Fear": Reflections from Airport Protests

"I was feeling desolate and powerless regarding the executive orders and I knew that I needed to take action, to make my voice heard, on behalf of my brothers and sisters who are refugees and immigrants. Most importantly, I went to the protest as a Catholic, because I believe that we are called by God to welcome the stranger."
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Jesuit Higher Education Leaders Respond to President Trump's Executive Order

In wake of executive orders addressing immigrants and refugees, presidents of Jesuit colleges and universities express concerns for the dignified treatment of vulnerable populations and offer assurances of protection and respect for individuals who may be affected in some way.
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Jesuit University Students Respond to Recent Racial Violence

Students at Jesuit universities engage in public demonstration, prayer, and reflection in light of recent racial violence.