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Students Speak Out after Confiscation of the Universidad Centroamericana Nicaragua

October 11, 2023 — “When I realized that government officials were there, that they had closed the university, that they were even taking the name of the university down [from the front gates], that was a gut punch,” says Luis*, a fourth-year business student at the Universidad Centroamericana (UCA) in Managua, Nicaragua. “It really affected …

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Faith in Action Founder John Baumann brings theology to life for thousands of Catholics

By MegAnne Liebsch September 6, 2023 — Fr. John Baumann, SJ, is not what he calls an “upfront person.” A lifelong community organizer, he prefers to keep a low profile, whether at protests, city council meetings or press conferences. For him, community organizing is about empowering others to create change in their communities. “Organizing is …

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Central and Southern Jesuits Offer Colleagues of Color Retreat for Educators in Jesuit Schools

By Ignatius Plato Educators who are also people of color are often called upon to do extra work precisely because they are people of color. It is an expectation that is both challenging and stress inducing. “So often, our high school teachers of color are asked to ‘be on this diversity committee’ and ‘be on …

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