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Career Development

New Notre Dame podcast, ThinkND series to explore life’s meaning, mission

How does one find meaning and a mission in our restless world? How can we make decisions that help ourselves and others? How do we find the path that leads us to discover the...

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Law and Politics

2021 MLK Jr. Day – A Conversation with Justice Alan Page

In honor of MLK Jr. Day 2021, Justice Alan Page ’67 reflects on the challenges facing our nation at this moment in history and on a lifetime of work dedicated to equal justice...

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Religion and Philosophy

Justice at the Border

One of Time Magazine’s 100 most influential people for 2020, and 2018 Laetare Medal winner, Sr. Norma Pimentel, M.J., is a sister with the Missionaries of Jesus and Executive...

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Art and History

To Be or Not to Be Free

Artist Faith Ringgold was born in 1930 in Harlem and began making art when she was very young. As a child, she was often sick, and making art helped her pass the time while...

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Health and Society

Race, Violence, and Protest: A Conversation about the Ongoing Struggle for Justice

Over the past few months, the violent deaths of African Americans at the hands of the police and civilians have reignited public conversations about race, policing, and justice....

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Art and History

All The Boys

Considered one of the most influential Contemporary American artists, Carrie Mae Weems is a photographer and video installation artist who examines family relationships, sexism,...

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Health and Society

Perspectives on COVID-19 and the Common Good

How do we protect and serve those who are most vulnerable in our society right now? Who are the most vulnerable members? What does it look like to practice physical distancing...

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Religion and Philosophy

Hospitality as a Work of Justice

We’re joined on the podcast by Ruben Garcia, Director of Annunciation House in El Paso, Texas whose mission is to accompany the migrant, homeless, and economically vulnerable...

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Religion and Philosophy

The Color of Compromise

“The cumulative effects of personal sins of racism have led to social structures of injustice and violence that makes us all accomplices in racism,” (Open Wide Our Hearts,...

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Health and Society

2020 MLK Celebration Luncheon – A Conversation with Civil Rights Leader Diane Nash

The fifth annual Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration Luncheon sponsored by the Office of the President and the Oversight Committee on Diversity and Inclusion had Diane Nash as the...

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