Blueprint for Socal Justice

Founded in 1948 by Fr. Louis J. Twomey S.J., the Blueprint for Social Justice continues to be a "serious examination of those conscious and unconscious assumptions of contemporary American civilization that tend to perpetuate inequities and institutional injustices."

The Blueprint has maintained its original focus by offering reflections on local, national, and global issues of peace, social, and environmental justice and its subscribers now include members of the laity.

Blueprint for Social Justice is distributed free of charge to readers in the US plus 51 other countries, from Australia to Zimbabwe. One of our strengths is our brevity, focusing on only one social justice topic each month, with a maximum length of 7 pages of text coming from a wide variety of authors. Contact us if you are interested in contributing to Loyola’s Blueprint for Social Justice. »

Blueprint for Social JusticeCurrent Issue

Vachel Miller, professor of Leadership and Educational Studies at Appalachian State University, lived and worked in East Africa to eliminate child labor.  Download the article »

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Our most recent issues are a part of a searchable archive on this site.  Older issues of the Blueprint are available on-line through the J. Edgar and Louise S. Monroe Library.