Just a year after Cabrini College started a fair trade club, it was declared the seventeenth college in the United States to be a fair trade school in December of 2013.
Tag Archives | Social Justice
A Cabrini student was invited to present their studies on male rape at the Peace and Justice Studies Association conference.
Cabrini students stood in solidarity with people all across the country advocating for those who have been affected by human trafficking. For 24 hours beginning at 6:40 p.m. on April 8, and ending at 7 p.m. that following day volunteers in the Cabrini community stood in support of the fight to end human trafficking.
Delta Epsilon Sigma (ΔΕΣ) is a national scholastic honor society for students at colleges and universities with a Catholic tradition. It is also one of the newest honor societies to (re)start a chapter on Cabrini’s campus this year.
Cabrini Spirt week focused on social justice and interfaith dialogue this year.
Cabrini and Villanova students and faculty, along with Catholic Relief Services staff, were motivated by the extensive training event hosted at Villanova University this past weekend.
“You don’t have to do everything in order to do something.”
“The primary subject to be safeguarded is man…”
A man who is a member of the Society of Jesus is coming to Cabrini to shed light into how social justice is applied in the Roman Catholic tradition.
Cabrini College faculty discussed social justice issues and what they mean to society and the election.
International business minor: “This minor may appeal to the student who wants to work for a U.S. company that does business abroad or maybe even the student that eventually wants to live abroad while working for a U.S.-based company.” This is how Dr. Erin McLaughlin, assistant professor of business administration, describes the international business minor. […]
Upcoming speakers Cardinal Roger Mahony and author Sonia Nazario are encouraging students to become aware of the harsh circumstances immigrants are faced with every day.
Azurdia was just one witness to an ethnic genocide that killed over 200,000 over the 36-year civil war in Guatemala that halted economic growth. His story and others from San Lucas Mission was shared to a group of 10 students, faculty and alumni that immersed themselves in the society of the over spring break.
Students traveled to Catholic Relief Services headquarters to learn more about careers involved with social justice.
Former CRS employee plans to help propel social justice curriculum even further.
Hope. That is the word that describes the emotion on the faces of some Hispanic parents in the Norristown Area School District as they celebrated their high school students’ new after-school program offered by an Engagement with the Common Good (ECG) class at Cabrini.
People tend to feel guilty when eating chocolate but the campus bookstore might just rid one of their shame. The campus store has been providing Cabrini students, faculty and staff with fair trade chocolate for the past three years.
Brian Wiggins, a new addition to the communication department, shares Cabrini’s commitment to social justice.
Dr. Marie Angelella George delivered her presidential address during Cabrini’s opening convocation.
The Loquitur editors feel that all instructors should be passionate about social justice and ignite the same fire in their students.
Twenty three students in the Working for Global Justice seminar class traveled from their Cabrini classroom to Washington D.C., on Friday, April 11, in order to lobby Congress on the topic of foreign assistance for underdeveloped countries and additional funding for food aid.
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