Hurricane Katrina Homeowners and Immigrant Workers Speak Out for Fair and Compassionate Immigration Reform

NEW ORLEANS, LA - “We simply could not be where we are on the road to recovery [from Hurricane Katrina] without the labor of undocumented immigrants, and like tens of thousands of New Orleans homeowners, I am eager to stand in solidarity with the immigrant workers who helped rebuild our city,” says homeowner Mary Baudouin, whose Mid-City home stood in four feet of Katrina floodwater for three weeks.

Loyola University New Orleans Receives Major Gift to Support Social Justice Oriented Law Incubator Program

A new $118,500 gift to the Loyola University New Orleans College of Law from Ed and Kathy Womac of the Womac Law Firm will support the recently launched Loyola Incubator Program—a social justice oriented intensive mentorship and skills program for recent College of Law graduates who are engaged in solo law practice.
University Leaders Summit participants enjoyed a cookout and closing reflection on the shores of Lake Erie.

Jesuit University Student Leaders Converge at ISN’s University Leaders Summit

Thirty student leaders from more than a dozen Jesuit colleges and universities across the U.S. converged at the Ignatian Solidarity Network's University Leaders Summit.