FROM LOYOLA
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Teaching as Justice Work

Beth Dougherty, Instructor and PhD Candidate in Sociology here at Loyola, writes about her experiences teaching and how they are […]

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STUDENT VOICES
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Univ 102 and Social Justice

A group post written at the culmination of the semester by a combination of 4th and 1st year students; Jared […]

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IN CHICAGO
Workers leave Jobs in Suburbs for soon to be better paying jobs in the city.
Chicago Jobs applications spike ahead of minimum wage increase

Chicago Job sites like Unistaff have seen a spike in applications ahead of the soon to be $10  city wide […]

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Coalition to Save our Mental Health Centers

A organization of Local Chicago citizens fighting to preserve and expand Mental Health Centers in the city.

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AND BEYOND
Apartment rental prices are going up and not staying in trend with minimum wage rates.
The Real Facts about Minimum Wage and Renting in the U.S

The reality surrounding minimum wage rates and the base price of renting in the U.S is explored.

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Fight for $15

This movement of wage laborers has been marching to raise pay to a living wage level on a national basis.

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