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  • University Leaders Summit - Ignatian Solidarity Network
    350 Non Member Institution 375 Standard Registration Before May 1 2016 Member Institution 375 Non Member Institution 400 Final Registration Before July 1 2016 Member Institution 400 Non Member Institution 425 Registration includes transportation to from the airport 3 night s shared housing in a John Carroll residence hall meals Tuesday dinner Friday lunch activities and all materials Note If needed you may opt to pay the registration fee minus a non refundable deposit in your institution s 2016 2017 budget year Register for the University Leaders Summit Attending the Summit Due to the nature of the ISN University Leadership Summit and the expectation of participants to translate their experiences into programs on campus ISN seeks students who will be on their college university campus for at least one semester during the 2016 2017 academic year The ideal Summit participants have a passion for social justice grounded in their faith and enter into the summit already thinking about social justice issues or programs that they would like to address or get started on their campus and beyond Schools may send up to 6 students Summit Overview Throughout the Summit students will Examine the witness of Jesuit leaders throughout history and their call to work for justice Explore the Student Leadership Challenge and Heroic Leadership models of leadership Build upon planning and leadership skills including but not limited to goal setting organizing fundraising marketing and meeting facilitation Deepen their commitment to working for justice through experiences rooted in Ignatian spirituality and engaging with Summit alums and college grads who have demonstrated significant leadership for social justice during their undergrad years Network and brainstorm with other campus leaders who are passionate about working for social justice Develop a personal action plan to translate your ideas and skills into programs on campus that tackle injustice on the local and global level Past Facilitators and Speakers Have Included Shannon Hughes Assistant Director for Service Justice Immersion Xavier University As the Assistant Director for Service Justice Immersion Shannon works with students faculty and staff to deepen the understanding of and commitment to the pursuit of justice in Xavier s campus local and global communities Prior to her work at Xavier Shannon managed the NETWORK Education Program in Washington DC the partner of NETWORK a National Catholic Social Justice Lobby At NETWORK Shannon presented to faith groups and student groups at national conferences and in professional development settings to provide resources foster conversations and ultimately raise awareness and understanding around the central justice issues at stake in current federal policy Shannon worked in Resident Services for Over the Rhine Community Housing a non profit affordable housing provider in Cincinnati Through Jesuit Volunteers International Shannon spent two years teaching English physics and world religions at Assumption High School Republic of the Marshall Islands She holds a Bachelor of Arts in English from Xavier University in her hometown of Cincinnati Chris Kerr ISN Executive Director Chris joined the Ignatian Solidarity Network ISN as executive director in July 2011

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  • Immersion Experience Coordinators Summit - Ignatian Solidarity Network
    21st Century Pope Francis Jesuit Social Justice Blessed Oscar Romero Churchwomen of El Salvador Faith and Justice Quotes Additional Organizing and Education Resources DONATE Search Immersion Experience Coordinators Summit You are here Home Programs Immersion Experience Coordinators Summit Immersion Experience Coordinators Summit 2015 Register June 23 25 2015 Cenacle Retreat Center Chicago IL Immersion experience coordinators provide significant leadership for college and university service cultural justice immersion programs that have become integral Jesuit education today The Immersion Experience Coordinators Summit will provide a relevant space for Jesuit college and university immersion experience coordinators working in ministry service learning academics and student affairs to participate in meaningful reflection and discussion about their work to engage students in the gritty reality of the world Kolvenbach 2000 Santa Clara University Summit Overview The Summit will include Significant time for discussion and dialogue about what is happening at each individual s campus Development of an electronic resource bank hosted on the ISN website Facilitated presentations that relate to the work of immersion experience coordinators Reflection and sharing Discussion areas could include the following Program funding Partner Host organizations Professional development ideas methods Goals of a Jesuit university immersion Trends in higher education related to global service learning Integration of faith spirituality and specifically Ignatian spirituality into programs Program assessment Liability and risk management Group formation and post experience reflection Potential for cross university collaboration The program will be developed by a group of immersion coordinators with support from the Ignatian Solidarity Network staff Those interested in being involved with planning should contact Chris Kerr at ckerr ignatiansolidarity net Registration Early Registration Before March 19 2015 Member Institutions 285 Single Room 245 Shared Room 185 Commuter Non Member Institutions 335 Single Room 285 Shared Room 235 Commuter Standard Registration Member Institutions 335 Single Room 285

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  • Jesuit Parish Gathering for Social Justice
    Pueblo Documentary Laudato si Papal Encyclical on Ecology ISN Priority Issues Immigration U S Policy Toward Central America Environmental Justice Criminal and Juvenile Justice Additional Resource Topics Racial Justice Fair Trade Human Trafficking Capital Punishment Socially Responsible Investing War and Peace Jesuit Martyrs of El Salvador Jesuit Martyrs of the 21st Century Pope Francis Jesuit Social Justice Blessed Oscar Romero Churchwomen of El Salvador Faith and Justice Quotes Additional Organizing and Education Resources DONATE Search Jesuit Parish Gathering for Social Justice You are here Home Jesuit Parish Gathering for Social Justice Our faith in Jesus Christ our mission to proclaim the Gospel demand of us a commitment to promote justice enter into solidarity with the voiceless the powerless GC 32 Decree 4 Jesuit Parish Gathering for Social Justice July 15 16 2015 St Louis University You re invited to join a community of parish ministers and parishioners seeking to build parish communities with vibrant faith justice engagement Share best practices form new connections within the broader Jesuit network and explore strategies and ideas around parish work for social justice inspired by the Ignatian charism This gathering coincides with the Ignatian Spirituality Conference taking place at St Louis University July 16 19 2015 View the Agenda Register Registration 50 members 60 non members Fee goes directly towards cost of meals and materials Please note that lodging is not included If you are attending the Ignatian Spirituality Conference you can coordinate your additional night s lodging through the conference registration If you are not attending the conference please contact Kim Miller at kmiller ignatiansolidarity net to arrange your lodging FROM THE ISN BLOGS Nicaragua The Irony of Electric Trees April 19 2016 11 58 am DACA DAPA I stand with my brothers and sisters who are undocumented today April 18 2016 10

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  • Resources | Ignatian Solidarity Network
    Toward Central America Environmental Justice Criminal and Juvenile Justice Additional Resource Topics Racial Justice Fair Trade Human Trafficking Capital Punishment Socially Responsible Investing War and Peace Jesuit Martyrs of El Salvador Jesuit Martyrs of the 21st Century Pope Francis Jesuit Social Justice Blessed Oscar Romero Churchwomen of El Salvador Faith and Justice Quotes Additional Organizing and Education Resources DONATE Search Resources You are here Home Resources Menu Issue Resources Immigration U S Policy Toward Central America Environment Human Trafficking Capital Punishment Socially Responsible Investing Fair Trade Organizing Resources La Voz del Pueblo Alta Gracia Living Wage T Shirts Responding to Racism Awareness Advocacy Planning a High School Social Justice Week Toolkit for Advocating for the Rights of Unaccompanied Children Honoring the 25th Anniversary of the Jesuit Martyrs of El Salvador Responding to Gun Violence Hurricane Katrina Other Resources JustLent Faith and Justice Quotes 2014 Ignatian Family Teach In for Justice Videos Ignatian Family Teach In for Justice 2013 Resources ISN YouTube Channel Jesuit Resources Jesuit Martyrs of the 21st Century U S and International Jesuit Ministries Issue Resources Immigration U S Policy Toward Central America Environmental Justice Racial Justice Criminal and Juvenile Justice Human Trafficking Capital Punishment Socially Responsible Investing Jesuit Universities Fair Trade War Peace Organizing Outreach Resources La Voz del Pueblo Toolkit Organizing a High School Social Justice Summit Newton Responding to Gun Violence Remembering Hurricane Katrina Unaccompanied Children Toolkit 25th Anniversary of the Jesuit Martyrs Companions Other Resources JUST Lent Daily Lenten Memes 2015 A Lenten Journey Toward Racial Justice 2016 Faith Justice Quotes Ignatian Family Teach In for Justice Videos 2015 Ignatian Family Teach In for Justice Resources 2013 ISN YouTube Channel Jesuit Resources Modern Jesuit Martyrs U S International Jesuit Ministries FROM THE ISN BLOGS Nicaragua The Irony of Electric Trees April 19 2016 11

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  • Lift Every Voice: A Lenten Journey Toward Racial Justice | Ignatian Solidarity Network
    wp content uploads 2016 03 We want white tenants jpg 404 509 Justin White http ignatiansolidarity net wp content uploads 2013 04 ISN Color Transparent Large png Justin White 2016 03 22 20 36 39 2016 03 23 07 18 18 Day 43 The Betrayed and the Betrayers Day 42 Lay Down Your Life March 21 2016 1 Comment in Lift Every Voice by AnneMarie Ladlad I really empathize with Peter in today s Gospel as he makes the bold statement I will lay down my life for you Like Peter we are quick to name the things we are doing right In the case of working toward racial justice claiming the ways we are not racist is easy I don t use racial slurs I have friends of color I read this in depth article about racism in our country Read more http ignatiansolidarity net wp content uploads 2016 03 Screen Shot 2016 03 21 at 9 08 40 PM png 208 581 AnneMarie Ladlad http ignatiansolidarity net wp content uploads 2013 04 ISN Color Transparent Large png AnneMarie Ladlad 2016 03 21 21 15 00 2016 03 21 21 21 30 Day 42 Lay Down Your Life Day 41 Anoint with Love and Liberation March 20 2016 1 Comment in Lift Every Voice by Alex Mikulich Do we recognize ourselves in Judas in today s Gospel Read more http ignatiansolidarity net wp content uploads 2016 03 OilSplash01 jpg 751 1000 Alex Mikulich http ignatiansolidarity net wp content uploads 2013 04 ISN Color Transparent Large png Alex Mikulich 2016 03 20 16 00 38 2016 03 17 18 20 00 Day 41 Anoint with Love and Liberation Palm Sunday King for a Day March 19 2016 0 Comments in Lift Every Voice by Marian K Diaz What if we lingered longer on this day saturated with hope and possibility Read more http ignatiansolidarity net wp content uploads 2016 03 palm 443164 960 720 jpg 720 960 Marian K Diaz http ignatiansolidarity net wp content uploads 2013 04 ISN Color Transparent Large png Marian K Diaz 2016 03 19 16 37 47 2016 03 20 10 00 27 Palm Sunday King for a Day Day 39 St Joseph is the Real Quiet Man March 18 2016 3 Comments in Lift Every Voice by Fr Rick Malloy SJ March 17 is a time to watch yet again John Wayne and Maureen O Hara in The Quiet Man an overly idealized view of 1920s Ireland Read more http ignatiansolidarity net wp content uploads 2016 03 7835794874 79bacfb1a6 o jpg 2736 3648 Fr Rick Malloy SJ http ignatiansolidarity net wp content uploads 2013 04 ISN Color Transparent Large png Fr Rick Malloy SJ 2016 03 18 16 00 40 2016 03 17 10 21 12 Day 39 St Joseph is the Real Quiet Man Day 38 Casting My Lot with the Out Crowd March 17 2016 0 Comments in Lift Every Voice by Lucas Sharma SJ Today s Mass Readings In John s

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  • #Pope2Border - Pope Francis on US-Mexico Border | Ignatian Solidarity Network
    in US immigration debate after Mexico visit The Guardian On the Ground Reporting Pepe Ruiz S J a Jesuit of the U S Central Southern Province and originally from Mexico will be in Ciudad Juárez for the Pope s visit and will be offering blog reflections on the visit throughout the week February 17 2016 by Guest Blogger Meeting Some of My Fellow Pilgrims February 17 2016 by Guest Blogger Today s the Day February 17 2016 by Guest Blogger Where the Pope Will Be Sight and Sound February 16 2016 by Guest Blogger Maquilladoras Perspectives A Composition of Space Share Pope2Border on Twitter Join Pope Francis s stand for migrant rights Sign a letter to Congress https t co KkoPPkImU8 pope2border pic twitter com ZpmWZ3VbdF Ignatian Solidarity IGsolidarityNET February 12 2016 Share Pope2Border via Facebook Stand with Pope Francis as he comes to the U S Mexico border this Wednesday and calls for dignity for migrants and Posted by Ignatian Solidarity Network on Friday February 12 2016 SOLIDARITY THROUGH PRAYER Join Pope Francis in prayer for the dignity of those who migrate The Ignatian Solidarity Network is calling on partner institutions across the country to organize masses or prayer services in parallel with Pope Francis s Mass on the U S Mexico Border on Wednesday February 17th With Pope Francis communities can pray for a more just approach to migration and immigration in Central America Mexico and the United States Masses and prayer services can take place throughout the week of February 15th but we are hopeful to have as many as possible on the day of the border Mass which will take place on Wednesday February 17th at 4 PM MT 6 PM EASTERN 5 PM CENTRAL 3 PM PACIFIC To have your Mass or prayer service included on the map below and shared throughout the Ignatian network please send an e mail with the name of your church school etc date and time and location to mhutchison ignatiansolidarity net Liturgy Resources Mass Reading Intercession and Music Suggestions USCCB Justice for Immigrants Suggestions for Homilies USCCB Justice for Immigrants Prayer Resources A Prayer for Immigrant Justice USCCB Justice for Immigrants Collected Prayers for Immigrants Interfaith Worker Justice Prayers for the Immigrant and Immigration Reform Archdiocese of ChicagoP STAND WITH POPE FRANCIS TAKE ACTION Sign a Letter to Congress Calling for Humane Migration Policies The Letter en español Dear Member of Congress We write to you today as members of a national network of Jesuit institutions inspired by Pope Francis s prophetic global leadership This month Pope Francis will make his first official trip to Mexico which includes an historic visit to the U S Mexico border His presence there will highlight the violence extreme poverty and human rights violations that have forced so many people to flee their homes on a perilous search for safety and freedom abroad The Pope s visit to the border will serve to remind the U S of the inherent dignity of the

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  • Alta Gracia Living Wage T-Shirts | Ignatian Solidarity Network
    The Spanish translation of living wage is salario digno a wage with dignity which captures the essence of the Alta Gracia concept Alta Gracia an apparel factory located in the Dominican Republic is committed to being a place where the dignity of workers is valued and respected Alta Gracia Impacts Alta Gracia employees earn more than 3 times the minimum wage for apparel workers in the Dominican Republic This living wage salario digno empowers workers to become more confident and en gaged in family and community activities Common effects of a living wage are improved child nutrition and education in cluding university study home construction or renovation with economic multiplier effects for the community and assistance to relatives in need Initial results from a study of the human health impacts of a living wage document signifi cantly better outcomes for Alta Gracia workers compared to the employees of a local apparel factory with industry standard wages The system widely used to monitor factory com pliance with labor codes of conduct is broken there are too many violations with too slow and or incomplete remediation Alta Gracia represents a superior form of oversight Rather than reacting to abusive labor practices Alta Gracia proactively protects labor rights Mario Perez Alta Gracia employee My son is now able to attend the university Before it was difficult to come up with money to pay for his school tuition it was even tough coming up with money to make sure he was able to eat Ordering Alta Gracia t shirts are distributed in the U S by EthixMerch a custom printing company that supports labor rights and environmental sustainability through sales of union made products eco friendly products and U S made products EthixMerch will obtain inventory screen print and ship your custom t shirt

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  • La Voz Del Pueblo
    the difficult and violent Honduran reality through the perspective of journalists at the Jesuit run radio station Radio Progreso The Documentary Host a Screening Screening La Voz del Pueblo is free and a great way to educate your community parish or classroom about the human rights crisis in Honduras Hosting a screening is a way of starting larger conversations and serves as a springboard for taking action Download the Screening Guide Download the Informational Toolkit Register Your Screening Meet the Radio Progreso Staff Ismael Moreno Coto S J Padre Melo I m on this mission because I have a profound faith A profound faith that all the promises of God of a shared world of a world of peace of solidarity of love of tenderness are going to prevail and will spring forth from within us Rev Ismael Moreno Coto S J popularly known as Padre Melo is a Jesuit priest and human rights activist in his native Honduras He directs Radio Progreso radio station and E R I C The Team for Reflection Research and Communication whose work encompasses grassroots radio programming training on human rights community organizing and empowerment the formation of leadership committed to social change and aiding migrant families In April 2014 one of the Radio Progreso team members Carlos Mejia was brutally murdered In a press conference following the tragic event Melo stated at a press conference that 16 ERIC Radio Progeso employees including Mejia have received significant death threats since the 2009 Honduran coup Fr Moreno has also previously testified before the U S Congress at the Tom Lantos Human Rights Commission regarding the human rights situation in Honduras and the fear he and his staff and others in the journalism sector experience Jennifer Avila But of course I won t quit because I think I give an example to my daughter that there are things one should fight for justice and finding ways to change this reality Jennifer Avila is a journalist and producer at Radio Progreso She is a native of Progreso Honduras and studied journalism out of her desire to be close to the suffering of her fellow Hondurans and to telling their stories Jennifer is also the web master of Radio Progreso s online platforms and a video multimedia producer In her journalist work she has confronted police and public servants often at great cost to her own safety Jennifer is the proud mother of a one year old daughter Gustavo Cardoza It was the 28th of June 2009 A group of soldiers came through the gate Here is the staircase leading to the Radio Progreso control room and the soldiers came and pointed their guns into my back Here is the switch that would complete the mission of the soldiers to silence Radio Progreso Gustavo Cardoza is a long time journalist a part time art student and a social investigator in the investigative unit of Radio Progreso s social research arm ERIC Fearless as a reporter Gustavo provided on

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