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A Slave on the Fourth

Frederick Douglas and the 4th of July

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Black Lives Matter Dialogue

When: Tuesday, July 12 6:00 Where: Loyola University New Orleans, Audubon Room

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JSRI Statement on Refugee Integration Report

National Report Highlights the Many Economic Contributions of Refugees in the United States and in Louisiana.

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Racial Justice Resources

The Ignatian Solidarity Network has compiled various Catholic resources, prayers, information about Jesuit campus student movements, videos, books, and more to help readers address systemic and personal racial discrimination.

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On Views of Race and Inequality, Blacks and Whites Are Worlds Apart

About four-in-ten blacks are doubtful that the U.S. will ever achieve racial equality

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Housing subsidies benefit the wealthy

The Center on Budget and Policy Priorities cites a new report from Harvard's Joint Center for Housing Studies that finds the number of Americans struggling to afford rent is on the rise and low-income renters are hit the hardest.

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Together Louisiana releases landmark study

Industrial Tax Exemption Program

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