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Theologians at Jesuit Universities Join Call for Racial Justice and Police Reform
More than 60 theologians who are faculty members or retired faculty at U.S. Jesuit colleges and universities have signed on to a statement call for police reform and racial justice.
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Eric Garner’s Death: I know I can’t be silent
I am angry. I am mortified. I am distraught. The miscarriage of justice in the death of Eric Garner puts another spotlight on what our nation says to Black men today in 2014: Your life is not valued. 150 years after the Emancipation Proclamation. 50 years after the Civil Rights Act. 6 years after the election of Barack Obama. And where have we gotten?
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Jesuit Education Leaves Little Room for the Status Quo
Saint Louis University, through its desire to not take the easy way out and its openness to acknowledge that injustice exists even within its own confines, is offering its students a glimpse of what modern-day Jesuit education looks like amid the "gritty reality” of our complex world.