Tag Archives: social justice

Racism and Catholic Imperatives

- Cardinal Wuerl of the Archdiocese of Washington has issued a remarkable pastoral letter calling on all Catholics and Catholic institutions to renew our determination to confront racism and promote human dignity.
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Trinity Stands with Dreamers

- As a matter of social justice, deeply rooted in Catholic teachings on the dignity of human life and consistent with our mission values, Trinity stands proudly with our students who are Dreamers and urges preservation of the DACA program.
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Trinity Stands for Justice

- Trinity's mission in social justice demands that we stand against the injustice of the ban on immigrants from certain countries, Muslims and Syrian refugees. Americans must stand up for human rights or our own rights and liberties will also soon fail.
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Voices of Trinity: Joseline Araujo ’17 at NETWORK

- Education and advocacy are the best ways to defeat injustice, terrorism and oppression. Read about Joseline Araujo '17 who spent the summer with Sr. Simone Campbell and the great social justice advocates at NETWORK.
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Adirondack Chronicles 2015: Reflections on Laudato Si

- Pope Francis issues an encyclical on the environment just in time for this year's Adirondack Chronicles!
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Race, Class and Educational Opportunity

- Economic justice is essential to achieve racial equality; school reform is ineffective without an honest and vigorous plan to address poverty among schoolchildren.
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Trinity Graduates and the Imperatives of Justice

- Congratulations to Trinity's Winter 2015 graduates! The world needs your brains and bravery in abundance.
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Big Ambitions for a Great New Year!

- With the new academic center underway, a self-study in progress and many programs on the docket, 2015 promises to be a year of high ambition and great achievement. Happy New Year!
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How Dr. King Changed Me… and Trinity

- This 50th Anniversary of the March on Washington is an occasion to reflect on the ways in which Dr. King's leadership provoked change among individuals, institutions and our nation.
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Remembering Father Vincent Mathews

- Father Vincent Mathews, professor and chair of Sociology, challenged generations of Trinity students to be tireless advocates for justice
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