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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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Health and Society

Week 3: September 30

We’re barely a month into school and students are ready to leave, the #RKelly results have us perplexed, and on top of that, Biden is discussing the option of taxing the rich....

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Health and Society

Week 2: September 23

This week we’ve added a new co-host and we are talking about Gabby Petito and the U.S. response to Haitians at the border. How do we justify men on horses whipping people in...

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Law and Politics

The Catholic Labor Network: A Conversation with Clayton Sinyai

What do labor unions and the Church have in common? For Clayton Sinyai, the answer to that question is a countercultural emphasis on solidarity. He is the executive director of...

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Health and Society

Week 1: September 16

Black@ND is back for season 3! Emorja is joined by two new co-hosts, Euda and Daut’e. Tap in to see what’s happening around South Bend and Notre Dame. Host: Emorja Roberson...

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Global Affairs

Discovering Global Solidarity in the Local Community

Quinn McKenna is a Notre Dame junior who participated in the center’s Global Learning and Living Community (GLLC) during the summer of 2021. Following the cancellation of summer...

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