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Lessons within Reach: The Space Between Truth, Social Justice, and What it Means ‘to be Maligned’


Click Here to Register Antoinette Jackson, Ph.D., professor and chair of Anthropology at the University of South Florida (USF) in Tampa and director of the USF Heritage Research Lab, will deliver the 2021 Humanities Symposium virtual keynote address on Thursday, March 11, at 7 p.m. via Zoom. The keynote titled, "Lessons within Reach: The Space Between […]

Webinar: Leading Catholic Ethicist to Speak on the Public Responsibility of Catholic Higher Education


Register Saint Louis University’s Department of Theological Studies will host a public webinar featuring Fordham University professor Rev. Bryan N. Massingale. The webinar is titled: “Men and Women for Others” in a Changing America: The Public Responsibility of Catholic Higher Education. The webinar is slated for 12 p.m. Wednesday, March 17. Topics will include how Ignatian […]

Wrestling With Whiteness Program


Register Wrestling With Whiteness, a program of the Jesuits West Collaborative Organizing for Racial Equity (CORE). The program will run the 5 Thursdays after Easter 2021: April 8th, April 15th, April 22nd, April 29th and May 6th at 3:30pm-5:30pmPT / 6:30pm-8:30pm EST.Jesuits West Collaborative Organizing for Racial Equity (CORE) Outcomes: This training will create a […]

Understanding Hate and Anti-Asian Racism


Register Saint Joseph's University's “Unlimited Learning” series — an opportunity for lifelong learners to engage with University experts and content through virtual events — is hosting the webinar "Understanding Hate and Anti-Asian Racism." From 2019 to 2020, according to a recent analysis, the number of hate crimes targeting Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders (AAPI) rose in […]

Earth, Spirit, and Race: Confronting America’s Legacy of Food Injustice and Discrimination


Register Chattel slavery, institutional racism, and government policies alienated enslaved people and their descendants from the land. This continues to result in food insecurity, poor health, and property loss. Today, less than 2 percent of working farms are owned by Black Americans. Activists, gardeners, authors, and farmers are rediscovering Black America’s rich agricultural heritage and […]

Owning Slavery, Pursuing Justice, Seeking Reconciliation


RSVP The Jesuits in the United States owned slaves. In 1838, the Jesuits sold 272 men, women, and children and used some of the proceeds to support Georgetown University. In 2015, Georgetown President John J. DeGioia established a Working Group on Slavery, Memory, and Reconciliation, which led to dialogue with and apology to descendants and […]


Racial Justice Research Colloquium


On Saturday, June 5, from 10am to 1pm ET, the Jesuit Antiracism Sodality of the USA East province will feature two panels presenting papers that explore scholarship on spirituality and racial justice.

Virtual Pilgrimage of Mother Mary Lange


Join Bishop Lewandowski, St. Ignatius Catholic Community in Baltimore, and other parnters for a Virtual Pilgrimage of Mother Mary Lange.