Hawaii State Rep. Tom Brower (D) is “disgusted” with homeless people, and goes around Honolulu trying to make their lives miserable.
Archive for November, 2013
The Transgender Day of Remembrance honors the lives of transgender people killed in hate crimes around the world.
Conor Malloy, a LUC theology graduate, received funding from the Chicago Bar Foundation to support the Justice Entrepreneurs Project.
Streetsblog Chicago writes on a proposal by Republicans in Congress to eliminate the federal gas tax and put states in charge of transportation funding.
In the aftermath of crippling Typhoon Haiyan, students and organizations have begun collaborating with Loyola Responds to create immediate relief and fundraising projects to help victims in the Philippines.
Many of us can call to mind times that we have experienced or witnessed biased behavior. And more often than not, we remain silent. (Robyn Mallett, Dept. of Psychology)
Footnotes for “Confronting Prejudice Combats Everyday Injustice”
 Fitzgerald, L.F., Swan, S., & Fischer, K. (1995). Why didn’t she just report him? [...]
First-year student Elizabeth Czapski shares her thoughts on fair trade and what you can do to support efforts to make Loyola an official Fair Trade University.
Proposed workplace protections for sexual orientation and gender identity reach the Senate floor for the first time since 1996.
Renewed protests follow announcement that energy company will re-start shale gas exploration.