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Jaime Rodriguez Jr. | Ignatian Family Teach-In for Justice 2013
Title: Framing Our Justice Jaime Rodriguez Jr. is a Fordham College at Lincoln Center Senior majoring in Psychology and Latin American and Latino Studies and minioring in History. He hails from Bridgeport, CT and is the proud alum of…
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Trayvon’s life is just as important as mine.
While no one will ever really know what was in George Zimmerman’s heart and mind except for him, what we do know is that Trayvon Martin was an innocent, unarmed young black boy who was killed for no reason at all.
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Remembering Hurricane Katrina Seven Years Later
Hurricane Katrina called our entire country to respond to immediate needs and reflect on challenging issues of poverty and race in the aftermath. This call was especially true within the Ignatian family.