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Religion and Philosophy

An Examination of Conscience: Race, the Church, and the Public Square

Join the McGrath Institute for Church Life as Gloria Purvis discusses, “An Examination of Conscience: Race, the Church, and the Public Square.” This event is free and open to...

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Health and Society

Week 12: December 9

Remember when #Facebook shut down the accounts of those who participated in the #insurrection? Whew! The semester is wrapping up and students are tired, stressed, and ready to go...

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Religion and Philosophy

Catholic Social Teaching and Financial Decision-Making

“Don’t tell me what you value. Show me your budget, and I’ll tell you what you value.” That’s the working motto of the Catholic Social Teaching and Financial...

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Religion and Philosophy

A Meaningful Life Begins with Meaningful Work

“A meaningful life begins with meaningful work. There’s something truly transformative about the dignity found in meaningful work. Having a job can give an individual the...

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Health and Society

Week 7: October 28

When #GeorgeFloyd was murdered, we heard the voices of many communities protesting for equal rights. Did those who have been fighting since slavery receive their equality? Did the...

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Health and Society

Week 6: October 21

We were able to catch up with a Notre Dame alum, David Krashna ’71, to see how he experienced #NotreDame as an undergraduate. Co-hosts: Euda Fils, Daut’e Martin, and Blake...

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Health and Society

Building Communities of Language, Culture, and Dignity through Spanish Community-Based Learning

For more than ten years, the Department of Romance Languages and Literatures has partnered with the Center for Social Concerns to develop one of the most robust community-based...

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Health and Society

Week 5: October 14

Is it our job to make non-Blacks feel as if they are welcome in our space? Can we have a space of our own and still be inclusive? Host: Emorja Roberson Co-hosts: Euda Fils,...

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Health and Society

Week 4: October 7

What is the lifespan of #BlackLivesMatter? Why did students have to return to classes the day after a shooting at school? After #Facebook shut down, Mark Zuckerberg lost $7...

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Art and History

Mutual Assistance and Maintaining Human Dignity in the Holocaust

David Silberklang, Ph.D., is a senior historian at the International Institute for Holocaust Research at Yad Vashem and the speaker at the center’s 2021 annual Rev. Bernie...

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Law and Politics

Justice in the World of Work

Kevin Cassidy is the director of the International Labor Organization (ILO) Office for the United States and Canada. The ILO brings the government, workers, and employers to the...

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Health and Society

Taking Education Beyond the Walls of the Classroom

Madeline Owen is the newly selected valedictorian of the University of Notre Dame’s Class of 2021 and is graduating with a neuroscience and behavior major and a poverty studies...

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