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Jesuit-Sponsored Social Research Institute and Saint Louis University Release Report on Impacts of Extractive Industries in Honduras

The multidisciplinary study incorporates public health, human rights, and environmental justice, uniting researchers and specialists in both Honduras and the U.S. to explore the impact of extractive industry and provide evidence and information for local and international advocacy.
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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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Georgetown Announces Plans as other Jesuit Institutions Reflect on Historical Ties to Slavery

Georgetown University president John J. DeGioia, Ph.D., announced a series of steps the university will take to publicly address historical roots tied to slave ownership.