Recently, the United Methodist Conference of Tennessee, with the support of tens of thousands of fellow Tennesseans, overwhelmingly passed a resolution in support of Fair Food at their annual conference.
Archive for June, 2013
“Tennessee United Methodist Conference passes resolution calling on Publix to join Fair Food Program”
In letters to President Obama and Congress, the nine provincials of the Society of Jesus in the United States are calling for comprehensive and humane immigration reform.
Loyola University Chicago’s Stritch School of Medicine is first in the country to accept medical school applications from undocumented immigrants.
The Chicago Transit Authority recently unveiled the artwork that will be used for several Red Line train stations. This art was created by local artists and represents local communities, including related justice issues.
Last month, Toronto was named the largest fair trade city in North America to acknowledge the city’s achievements and inspire further action in North America and around the world.
Archbishop Francis A. Chullikatt, permanent observer of the Holy See to the United Nations, declared that finding a solution to worldwide hunger should be a top priority on the global agenda.
Nancy Tuchman, founding director of the Institute of Environmental Sustainability at Loyola University Chicago, provides her insights on climate change for the Chicago Tribune.
Loyola University Chicago was highlighted in Catholic Charities’ national magazine for its work related to migration issues, specifically in the United States and Mexico.