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Health and Society

Virtual Service as Accompaniment

In 2020, as the world shifted to online and virtual, the Center for Social Concerns was not immune. In lieu of the traditional Summer Service Learning Program (SSLP), an 8-week...

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Science and Technology

Three-part Zoom series on neuroscience and behavior launches in March

How your brain works impacts not only your behavior, but also your worldview. Early environments and experiences affect the brain and overall health, research has shown....

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Health and Society

Codeswitching (Part 2)

Want to know how Blacks have lived in two worlds at once? Check out the conversation to find out how we do it. Host: Emorja RobersonGuests: Khalid el-Hakim, Ph.D., Edmund...

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Global Affairs

Labor Trafficking: It’s In Your Back Yard (The Business Model of Labor Trafficking)

This is the first installment in a 3 part series that explores the problem of human trafficking, what is being done to fight it and what individuals can do in their daily lives to...

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Religion and Philosophy

Liturgy and the Dignity of Children

Heidi Witte ’09, a former Catholic Social Tradition Minor, now hosts the Children’s Liturgy of the Word on Catholic TV. Heidi shares how the CST minor and center programming...

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Health and Society

Codeswitching (Part 1)

Want to know how Blacks have lived in two worlds at once? Check out the conversation to find out how we do it. Host: Emorja RobersonGuests: Khalid el-Hakim, Ph.D., Edmund...

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Health and Society

Making Your Voice Heard

Stacy Odom is self-employed as the director of Odom Community Development Corporation, Vice President of Monroe Park Neighborhood Association, and the primary caretaker for her...

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Health and Society

What does it mean to be Black@ND?

Black@ND is a YouTube show and podcast that discusses the experiences of Notre Dame’s African American students, current and alumni, and the steps taken to survive in a...

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Health and Society

What Have We Learned?

Dan Graff and Margie Pfeil, co-founders of the Speaking of Dignity podcast and regular hosts, review the past ten episodes and what they have learned from this project. We heard...

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Art and History

You Do the Best You Can Do

Cecilia Stanton-Verduzco is a high school Spanish teacher of 14 years at John Adams High School in South Bend, Ind. Cecilia shares that the best part about her job is working with...

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Health and Society

Blacks in the Arts (Part 2)

How do Black performers maintain their blackness in a predominantly white genre? Are they battling the impostor syndrome? Take a listen!

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Health and Society

Blacks in the Arts (Part 1)

How do Black performers maintain their blackness in a predominantly white genre? Are they battling the impostor syndrome? Take a listen!

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