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Edward Noga and Carl James

Father Ed (65) and his parishioner Carl (62) speak about the responsibility that Christians have to social justice and the role of their church has in bettering the community.

Academic, Activist & Advocate Dr. Patricia Fernandez-Kelly talks about ethical leadership

Dr. Patricia Fernandez-Kelly, Professor of Sociology at Princeton University, talks with undergraduate Rafer Friedman about ethical leadership, advocacy and activism on campus, in the community and beyond.

Julie Peck and William (Bill) Lynch

Julie Peck 72 and Bill Lynch 75 discussed the development of Bill's social justice philosophy from a Quaker high school, through law school at U of Chicago, becoming a conscientious objector after ROTC, teaching in a changing school system.

Laurie Johnson Interviews Jessica Rangel About Immigration and Economic Justice

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...

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Jane Estes and Bob Estes

Spouses Jane Estes (49) and Bob Estes (57) share a conversation about their relationship, the adversities they have overcome, and how their partnership has changed over time.

DJ’s interview with Sarah

We talked about what brought us to St. Norbert College, plans for the future, and what inspires us.

Person In Charlotte – Mike Lee – Learning About Racism in America (Part II)

Person in Charlotte conversations were engaged in response to Black Lives Matter (BLM), as a way for us to learn more about racism in America. We are meeting with our friends who have graciously agreed to have an open conversation...

Paige and Janie’s Adventures Abroad

We discussed our experiences, new perspectives, and valuable lessons learned while studying off-campus.

Person In Charlotte – Bianca Harvey – Learning About Racism in America

Person in Charlotte conversations were engaged in response to Black Lives Matter (BLM), as a way for us to learn more about racism in America. We are meeting with our friends who have graciously agreed to have an open conversation...

Person in Charlotte – Mike Lee – Learning About Racism in America (Part I)

Person in Charlotte conversations were engaged in response to Black Lives Matter (BLM), as a way for us to learn more about racism in America. We are meeting with our friends who have graciously agreed to have an open conversation...

Fr. Brendan McKeough and Margaret Uselman

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.

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Aaron Weidman and Tawnya Davis
September 18, 2020 OSS Hub

One Small Step conversation partners Tawnya Davis (53) and Aaron Weidman (32) have an open and honest discussion, where they discuss how race and "luck" shape a person's living condition.

The Inmate Project

“The Inmate Project” is a social justice project started by Adam Jenkins. Adam hopes to gain attention to the rising prison reform issue.

Interview Between Friends: Friendship, DACA and Social Justice

I, Juliana Tamayo, interview my friend Yessenia who is a DACA recipient. We speak about our friendship and Yessenia has navigated higher education as a DACAmented student. We've known each other for over ten years but these are topics we...

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Art Stoltzfus and Nadia Dames

Friends and colleagues, Art Stoltzfus (63) and Nadia Dames (36), discuss the importance of interfaith relationships and the role trust plays in building interfaith community.

Wade Arvizu and Elizabeth Scaife break down the anti-trafficking movement’s past, present, and future.

Wade Arvizu (aka K.D. Roche) and Elizabeth Scaife candidly discuss the evolution of the anti-human trafficking movement and the importance of survivor leadership within every aspect. They reflect on the humble beginnings of their friendship and their hopes for future...

I am Innocent, a conversation with Obie Anthony

Alexis Takagi talks to Obie Anthony, founder of Exonerated Nation, about the notion of presumption of innocence and the challenges within the transition of post-conviction. The Northern California Innocence Project (NCIP) is a non-profit clinical program of Santa Clara University...

The Arriaga’s

Lesley Arriaga speaks about her family, who are immigrants from Mexico and their experiences.