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Leadership

Black Domers: Black Spirituality

“Recent events in our nation have led to a national reckoning, to soul-searching and a demand for action with regard to racial and social injustice…There is a widespread sense...

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Black Domers: Black Well-being

“Recent events in our nation have led to a national reckoning, to soul-searching and a demand for action with regard to racial and social injustice…There is a widespread sense...

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Black Domers: Blazing Trails in 21st Century Business & Entrepreneurship

“Recent events in our nation have led to a national reckoning, to soul-searching and a demand for action with regard to racial and social injustice…There is a widespread sense...

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Art and History

International Holocaust Remembrance Lunch Lecture: “The Philosophy and Praxis of Dr. Janusz Korczak: Pioneer Champion of Children’s Rights and Child-Centered Pedagogy”

“Children are not the people of tomorrow but are people of today. They are entitled to be taken seriously.”-Janusz Korczak This lecture will examine the life and legacy of...

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Leadership

Black Domers: The Future of Social Justice

“Recent events in our nation have led to a national reckoning, to soul-searching and a demand for action with regard to racial and social injustice…There is a widespread sense...

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Health and Society

Dignity and Human Rights: The Problem of Foundations

Closing session of the 2021 Notre Dame Fall Conference presented by Mary Ann Glendon, “I Have Called You By Name: Human Dignity in a Secular World,” chaired by O. Carter...

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Religion and Philosophy

The Uyghur Genocide & Threats to Religious Liberty: A Conversation with Commissioner Nury Turkel

Notre Dame Law School’s Religious Liberty Initiative hosted “The Uyghur Genocide & Threats to Religious Liberty: A Conversation with Commissioner Nury Turkel” on October 10,...

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Health and Society

The Social Side of Health: How reducing inequality can improve health outcomes for Americans

In 1961, twenty-year-old Peter Sterling left Cornell University to join the Freedom Rides in Jackson, Mississippi where he was arrested and jailed. That experience shaped his...

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Law and Politics

Race, Religion, and Reparative Justice: Black Lives Matter and International Human Rights

Alex Hsu, a postdoctoral research associate with the Ansari Institute, talks with Diane Desierto, associate professor of human rights law and global affairs at the Keough School...

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Law and Politics

Fr. Ted Said… Civil & Human Rights

In this recording from Reunion 2019, Notre Dame faculty and alumni delivered short, inspirational talks on topics including immigration, the Civil Rights Movement, health care and...

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