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Institutional Racism: A Faith-Based Call to Action

Institutional Racism: A Faith-Based Call to Action

Let us listen to those who are suffering so we might better understand their pain. Let us walk in solidarity with the oppressed until they are able to live without fear. And let us take peaceful action by raising our voices to elected officials, demanding justice and legislation that will ensure the life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness, promised so long ago by our forefathers that still remains the hope of so many people of this country.

Volunteer Spotlight: Aaron Mills

Volunteer Spotlight: Aaron Mills

We are excited to introduce you to our new Director of English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL) Programs, Aaron Mills. We sat down with Aaron to learn about his ideas and what we can expect to see from the program in the coming months. Read on to learn more about Aaron and his role at A Faith That Does Justice.

Learning Interreligiously as a Key to a Better World

Learning Interreligiously as a Key to a Better World

“We are living in an unprecedented time of inter-religious awareness. Pluralism is a fact of life.” That is according to Fr. Francis Clooney, SJ who presented at our workshop, “Learning Interreligiously as a Key to a Better World.”