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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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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

Know Your Rights

Leonel Lopez is the Outreach Coordinator with the Worker Rights and Protections Project of Indiana Legal Services. Indiana Legal Services, Inc. (ILS) is a nonprofit law firm that...

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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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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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Health and Society

The Workers’ Forum: Conversations on Workers’ Rights, Resources & Roles During the Pandemic

The Higgins Labor Program at the Center for Social Concerns presents the first event of the Workers’ Forum, a series of discussions on workers’ rights, resources, and roles...

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Health and Society

Introducing Speaking of Dignity

The coronavirus pandemic has only exacerbated the longstanding challenges confronting working people in the twenty-first century American economy. Though we commonly hear that...

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Health and Society

Questions of Work in Light of COVID-19

How has the pandemic impacted workers around the country? Who is most responsible for a healthy economy? What does a robust version of the common good look like? And what does a...

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Art and History

The May Rundown with Guest Dr. Dan Graff

Ted and Ricky are joined by Professor Dan Graff of the Higgins Labor Program to run through the May schedule. Even with the truncated month, it’s a hopping month with multiple...

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Religion and Philosophy

On What Grounds Can a Wage be Just or Unjust?

Dan Graff, Ph.D., the Director of the Higgins Labor Program at the Center, joins us today to discuss the question, on what grounds can a wage be just or unjust? It’s a question...

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Law and Politics

Negotiating the Future of Employment and Work

In our third installment of the Signs of the Times podcast, Dan Graff sits in for JP Shortall and discusses the state of the labor movement with retired labor attorney Tuck...

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