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Conversations on Jesuit Higher Education presents a nine-part series on the 2020 U.S. election.

Below are the links to the first four parts of the series. Click on each to read more.

Look to Saint Ignatius for Help with Tough Conversations
Jenny Smulson
Vice President of Government Relations
Association of Jesuit Colleges and Universities

It’s Our Time, Now
Paola Rodriguez
Psychology major, Class of 2021
Rockhurst University

Voting Should Not Be a Private Action
Michael Rozier, SJ
Assistant Professor of Health Management and Policy
Saint Louis University

On Communal Discernment and the Voting Booth
Stephanie Ann Y. Puen
PhD candidate in Theological Ethics
Fordham University

Additional pieces will be available, such as perspectives on the election from Black theology, non-violent spirituality and contemporary political life, mental illness as an often overlooked social justice issue, the civic virtues of Gen Z, and the promise of restorative justice in the post-election context.

Submitted by: Sarah Signorino, director, Office of Mission & Identity