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Health and Society

Serving Soup During a Pandemic

Peter Smith is the Director of the soup kitchen at St. Augustine Catholic Church in South Bend, IN. Peter has volunteered with the soup kitchen for over 30 years and directed the...

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Fostering Community during COVID-19

Joining us today are Dave Lassen, the Community Engaged Learning Program Director, and Lulu Moyo, the Community Engaged Learning Assistant Program Director at the Center for...

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Black Domers: Pioneers (Part 1)

The first black student, Frazier L. Thompson, graduated from the University of Notre Dame in 1947. Listen to some of ND’s “firsts” share their experiences during the 60s and...

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Black Domers: Pioneers (Part 2)

The first black student, Frazier L. Thompson, graduated from the University of Notre Dame in 1947. Listen to some of ND’s “firsts” share their experiences during the 60s and...

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Health and Society

Treating Patients in a Vulnerable Population

Dr. Seth Wayne, an ophthalmologist in Ghana, West Africa, travels to various communities and district hospitals performing cataract surgeries to treat blindness. He partners with...

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Campus Policing

How can Notre Dame end police biases toward students of color? Listen to the conversation with Notre Dame’s Police Chief, Keri Kei Shibata.

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Law and Politics

Human Dignity and the Abolition of Private Prisons

Abolish Private Prisons is a non-profit organization founded for one purpose: using the United States court system to end the practice of locking people up for profit. Executive...

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Health and Society

What does it mean to be black at ND?

The University of Notre Dame is known as a fine institution of learning, but is it known for its inclusive community for Black students? Listen to find out what it means when...

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Health and Society

A Thankless but Necessary Job

Brenda Buck, a custodian for Indiana University South Bend and Vice President of the American Federation of State, County, and Municipal Employees Union (AFSCME) joins us on the...

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Religion and Philosophy

Discovering the Importance of Meaningful Inclusion

CST helps you to look at things through an evaluative lens, taking into account not only concepts and empirical data but also lived experiences and stories. Reynold Hamar, a...

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Health and Society

Racism Is a Life Issue

In the words of Pope Francis, “We cannot tolerate or turn a blind eye to racism and exclusion in any form and yet claim to defend the sacredness of every human life.” This...

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Health and Society

Telling Stories that Bring People Together

Maria Catanzarite, a local TV reporter for WNDU, offers insight into the day-to-day work of a reporter and the challenges she has faced since the start of the pandemic. Maria...

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