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Please join us for the Ignatian Family Teach-in for Justice, an annual conference that explores social justice through a Catholic, Jesuit lens. This year’s conference is virtual and there will be special emphasis on the topics of racial justice, climate change and immigration.

Since the conference is virtual, there are many ways to engage. Attend a watch party on Saturday, October 24 and Sunday, October 25, watch virtually from a personal device or view at a later date. The content will be available for nine months.  If you cannot attend that weekend, there will be an access code to watch at a later time.

Once signed up, an access code will be sent enabling participants to create profiles and build customized schedules by choosing the sessions of interest. Those registered can attend anywhere from one to 20 sessions.

Learn more about the schedule and the speakers by clicking heret.   Use the built-in networking features to connect with 5,000+ members of the Ignatian family across the U.S. who are all passionate about the same issues!

To register, Email Kaitlyn at

The deadline to register is today, October 9.

Submitted by: Kaitlyn Buehlmann, associate campus minister, Campus Ministry