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Chicago’s True Nature: Black History Month Event at RU Next Tuesday 2/27

Tuesday, February 27, 2018
4pm –6pm

Roosevelt University
Sullivan Room
Auditorium Building 2nd Floor (AUD 232)
430 S. Michigan Ave, Chicago, IL 60605… 681 more words


Rising Inequality, Part 2: Why it's a Problem

So inequality is alive, well and growing worse, approaching or exceeding the levels of the Gilded Age at the turn of the century – what’s the problem?  959 more words

Economic Inequality

Abdul Raufa Mustapha and Progressive Scholarship by Jeff Grischow

A colleague recently sent me a link to a 2014 interview with Dr. Abdul Raufa Mustapha.  A renowned Nigerian scholar, Dr. Mustapha passed away from cancer on 8 August 2017 after a distinguished academic career at Amadu Bello University (ABU) and the University of Oxford. 542 more words


Going to the Root: Mass Shootings & Systemic White Male Violence: Hint: It’s not about mental health!

(With annotated  links and resources)

Desperate responses to mass public shootings, calling for registries and mental health background checks will not sufficiently reduce the threat to public safety or decrease gun violence and careless feel good responses may in fact make our society even less safe for the most marginalized. 6,938 more words


Time we don't have

Who are we? Where are we…Tremendous questions; with infinite answers – so why pursue?

With everything going on, why pursue, why agonize, why even wonder. 592 more words

Social Justice

Living in a Box, Living Incognito

by Rebecca Rhodes

WVU Parkersburg welcomed author Michael Fosberg on Feb. 12 to present the one-man show “Incognito.” The one-hour theatrical program, in which Fosberg acted out 12 different characters, discussed race, identity, diversity and inclusion.   412 more words

Wvu Parkersburg

#7 – Dark Night of the Soul – LENT 2018


7/40 …part 2/2

In part one we saw the pride of those (ME!) who relish in their gluttony in spiritual ways. 533 more words

Spiritual Formation