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Racism, migration and exploitation: the bitter history of Haitian workers in the D.R.
J.D. Long García
February 27, 2024
Sugar is not the only industry that exploits Haitian workers in the Dominican Republic, but it offers a unique lens through which to understand racism and xenophobia.
A little-known Jesuit’s battle for racial justice in the Deep South
Dawn Eden Goldstein
February 05, 2024
How Louis J. Twomey, S.J., overcame his own prejudice to become one of the most outspoken white allies of New Orleans’s Black community.
Exclusive: Martin Scorsese on ‘Killers of the Flower Moon,’ the American Dream and his new film about Jesus
Ryan Di Corpo
January 23, 2024
The struggle for faith ‘is a struggle from which everything else emanates,’ says the storied director.
Archbishop Ireland’s ambitious plan for Catholic schools failed in his day. Could we resurrect it today?
January 17, 2024
From a Catholic perspective, it is fair to say that Archbishop John Ireland put Minnesota on the map. But he failed in his most cherished project: a new model for Catholic education.
Bill Russell, K.C. Jones and the Black players who made basketball history at San Francisco’s Jesuit university
James T. Keane
January 12, 2024
Men's college basketball's finest squad did not come from one of the N.C.A.A. powerhouses of the past three decades, but from the University of San Francisco, where Bill Russell led the team to consecutive national championships in 1955 and 1956.
How one nonprofit works to help clergy abuse survivors on a path toward healing
December 14, 2023
Survivors deserve to experience the church in a way that restores, nourishes and heals.
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