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- Cassandra Voss Center 1
- DOROT 1
- Esperanza Health Centers 1
- Loyola University Chicago 1
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This Interview was conducted as part of a class assignment for SOWK 732 Migration, Human Rights, and Social Justice, a graduate level social work course at Loyola University Chicago. The Interview mainly focuses on immigration and economic justice from the...
Friends Gina Blanton (51) and Timothy Beauchamp (54) talk with their pastor, Manda Adams (42), about their experiences with sexual identity and the church, and discuss how they put certain differences aside to fight for racial justice through their organization,...
Interview regarding social justice issues facing the immigrant community.
We discussed our experiences, new perspectives, and valuable lessons learned while studying off-campus.
I interviewed a law enforcement officer in order to get another perspective on the way the public views them given the recent actions made by some police.It was very insightful, as I learned things I might not have ever known...
A professor and her former student recall the events that led them to address homelessness.
Sexual assault has been seen as a controversial topic in the U.S. and many people are afraid to talks about it.
Erin interviews Noah, a fellow seminarian who joined Christ Church a year ago. Oh and Latte, his adorable dog joins in as well.
Migrating to the US with her family, how that has affected her and issues she has faced as an afro-Panamanian.
An interview with Fr. Brendan McKeough and Margaret Uselman where they discuss Fr. Brendan’s life and lessons he learned at and beyond St. Norbert College. This interview was recorded on April 15, 2014.
I talk to my dad about his career in activism, and important social change issues that he worked on
Ishaani and Camille attend a small college prep school in the Bay Area called Athenian. They met the first week of freshman year and this interview summarizes the journey that made up the past four years and where they are...
We talked about what brought us to St. Norbert College, plans for the future, and what inspires us.
Amy has lived her life with the intention of making the world a better place by being there for others in whatever way she can – as a gay woman, a mother, a neighbor, community member and friend.
We talked about the Civil Rights Movement and social justice. What we believe in and what others believe in.
Patricia shares advice and lessons learned for future generations
I talk to Sister Dr. Luise Ahrens, an American Maryknoll nun who worked for 26 years in Cambodia. Sister Luise speaks of her work helping to rebuild the Royal University of Phnom Penh and education throughout the country. We learn...
Meet Caressa Thomas. Learn a little bit about her early years, the lessons she’s learned in life, and her take-aways on the life of Martin Luther King, Jr.
“The Inmate Project” is a social justice project started by Adam Jenkins. Adam hopes to gain attention to the rising prison reform issue.
Tom Hill discusses his childhood, his experience with addiction and recovery, and what gives him hope.
Shirlyn Miller and Robert Pyne have a conversation on the life and legacy of the Miller family while reflecting on gratitude, social justice, and positive change.
Naomi shares about her family’s legacy as survivors of the Armenian genocide.
During the interview Harry talked about his call to ministry and the impact of religion on his life. Harry also discussed multiple historical events and particular important people throughout history. He also discussed his relationship with his wife. Harry mentions...
Judy shares what she sees changing in SF currently and how her own life changed with involvement in the 1968 SF State strike, joining the women’s movement, and going to Cuba in 1973.