Social Justice and Community Development student Jackie Arnason shares her ABI experience. Applications are due November 4th.
Archive for October, 2013
Chicago Reader’s Mick Dumke explores the economic, practical, and social justice implications of our “medieval court system,” particularly Cook County’s bond court.
Dr. David Schweickart, Professor of Philosophy, reflects on the creation and work of LOSPES – the Loyola Organization in Solidarity with the People of El Salvador.
In recognition of the 23rd anniversary of the signing of the Americans with Disabilities Act, the National Disability Rights Network […]
National Employment Law Project report says McDonald’s alone costs taxpayers $1.2 billion in public assistance annually.
Complaints by neighbors make BYC’s future uncertain as it fights for a special-use permit to remain in its current home.
A new report from the Grassroots Collaborative highlights the effect of city priorities on racial inequality.
James Stancliffe shares his thoughts on the government shutdown and the impact of the Affordable Care Act.
The tragic death of an 83-year-old adjunct professor at Duquesne University highlights the financial difficulties caused by low adjunct salaries at universities nationwide.