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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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Religion and Philosophy

The Connection Between Religion and Ecology

Rabbi Yonatan Neril is the Founder and Executive Director of the Interfaith Center for Sustainable Development (ICSD). The ICSD reveals the connection between religion and ecology...

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Health and Society

Converting Motels into Shelter

In October, Leah Coming came on as a staff member with Motels4Now, a new model of a low barrier shelter for those experiencing homelessness. Low barrier shelters welcome those...

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Career Development

Discovering Leadership, Career Discernment, and Community through Seminars

Pivoting from a pre-med major to a potential career as a social worker or psychologist, and discovering the importance of intersectionality and how environmental science relates...

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Health and Society

How Whites Can Become Allies

How can whites become allies? The first step to fixing a problem is to listen. Join the conversation with Maria McKenna, Ph.D., to find out how whites can join forces with the...

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Health and Society

Black and Educated

Dr. Danny Jean, founder of the Facebook group, PhinisheD/FinishEdD (Drs/Future Drs) #WhoGotNext, created this safe space for doctors to share their stories of struggles and...

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Health and Society

Current Responses to Human Trafficking: Citizen, Business, Government, Law Enforcement, Victim Leadership

Thursday, 03/18/2021, at 6:00 p.m. ET – What do you know about human trafficking? What do you need to know? What can we do to end this evil? Join us on the third Thursday of the...

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Science and Technology

Making Science Accessible to All during COVID-19

When Cara Ocobock, Ph.D., Assistant Professor in Anthropology at Notre Dame, began looking for science kits for her niece she was disappointed in the lack of scientific rigor in...

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Health and Society

From Foster Care to Forbes

This Tik-Tok influencer’s story will knock you off your feet! Find out how he recently had his story in Forbes magazine. Host: Emorja RobersonGuest: Anthony Hyland

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Health and Society

Visit those in prison

Since retiring from her career as a librarian, Cheryl Ashe has devoted herself to helping ex-offenders re-enter the community following their release from prison. Cheryl began...

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Art and History

Freedom is Here

Did you know that Black people own Freedom, GA? Find out how 19 Black families purchased land to establish this city.

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