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Racial and Economic Justice in Baltimore

In this interview with senior, Courtney Maduike, she reflects on her MAGIS Immersion trip to Baltimore. Another in a series of reflections about Alternative Break Programs (ABP) sponsored by the Center for Social Justice and Campus Ministry. Tell us about … Continue reading

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Jamaica: An International Immersion Experience

In this interview with Rev. Brandon Harris, he discusses his Magis excursion to Jamaica. Harris reflects on notions of community and shared humanity, and what happens to a society when profit is allowed to prevail. Please, give us an overview … Continue reading

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Red Cloud High School Teams with Georgetown Prep and Georgetown University, Advocating to Reroute the Dakota Access Pipeline

Last month, the first-ever delegation from Red Cloud High School attended the Ignatian Family Teach-In for Justice in Washington, D.C. While there, four students from the Jesuit-run high school located on the Lakota reservation in Pine Ridge, South Dakota, also … Continue reading

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Music with a Message

As a member of Georgetown University’s Chapel Choir, I sing every Sunday at 9:30pm mass in Dahlgren. Our music serves as an elevation of prayer, a method of reflection for those who attend mass. One day during mass last year, … Continue reading

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Magis: Jamaica Alternative Break – A Reflection

I spent my spring break as the leader of Magis: Jamaica, the first-ever Alternative Breaks Program trip organized by a collaboration between Campus Ministry and the Center for Social Justice. Along with 12 student participants and staff representatives of OCM … Continue reading

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