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SJES - 50 Years of Justice and Reconciliation: An Anniversary for Justice
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Mexico - What is God calling us to?
(Jun-2019) 
 

Canada - A personal and Institutional Conversion: Fr. Peter Bisson on the Truth and Reconciliation C
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India - Rights Group Condemns Repeated Raids on Jesuit Activist
(Jun-2019) 
 

Africa - JCAM Statement on World Environment Day: 5 June 2019
(Jun-2019) 
 

USA-Canada - Jesuits Invest in Corporations, Fight for Better Business Practices from the Inside
(Jun-2019) 
 

Spain - Fifty years in the neighbourhood
(Jun-2019) 
 

Colombia - Sergio Restrepo: a Jesuit who offered his life moved by an experience of deep love for li
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Europe - European Climate Policy between Ambition and Disappointment
(Jun-2019) 
 

USA - Sr. Norma Pimentel and Fr. James Martin Honored for Commitment to Faith and Justice
(Jun-2019) 
 

India - Jesuits Training Aims to Spread Ignatian Spirituality
(Jun-2019) 
 

USA - New Book Celebrates 30 Years of Homeboy Industries
(Jun-2019) 
 

Global - Ecojesuit Takes Action for Water
(Jun-2019) 
 

Spain - Launching #CaminosdeHospitalidad
(Jun-2019) 
 

Britain - Jesuit Missions London to make some noise for Climate!
(Jun-2019) 
 

Global - Meeting of social delegates and leaders of the global advocacy networks
(May-2019) 
 

50 Years of Justice and Reconciliation - Patxi Álvarez SJ
(May-2019) 
 

USA Midwest Province Social Commission considers the Social Justice Apostolate
(May-2019) 
 

Latin America - Arrupe Fundamental: Dossier to celebrate 50 years of the Social Justice and Ecology
(May-2019) 
 

Asia Pacific - Confronting the global issue of refugees and migrants
(May-2019) 
 

Amazonia - We all win
(May-2019) 
 

Africa - From "potentiality" to "reality" for the nutritional future in the DRC
(May-2019) 
 

Australia - Mission in hope: Our Province five-year Apostolic Plan
(May-2019) 
 

Canada- Four Ignatian and Ecological Resources to take Care of our Common
(May-2019) 
 

Global - Three Jesuits at the 4th UN General Assembly on the Environment
(May-2019) 
 

Global - Ignatian Solidarity Network shares insights into networking practices
(May-2019) 
 

India - South Asian Jesuits stress inter-cultural identity
(May-2019) 
 

Latin America - "Somos Encuentros" (We Are Encounters): Communication Campaign on forced migration i
(May-2019) 
 

Nepal - Tarumitra Exposure Program
(May-2019) 
 

Latin America - Prepares for the 50th Anniversary of the Social Apostolate
(Apr-2019) 
 

Africa - Tax Justice: More about human dignity and wellbeing than
(Apr-2019) 
 

Mozambique-Zimbabwe -JCAM President Statement on Cyclone Idai
(Apr-2019) 
 

SJES - Promoting a Consistent Culture of Protection
(Apr-2019) 
 

Philippines - AIR Community's commitment to the environment
(Apr-2019) 
 

Spain - Jesuits live in Communities of Hospitality with Migrants, Refugees and Ex-Prisoners
(Apr-2019) 
 

Xavier Network - Advocating for a More Just World
(Apr-2019) 
 

 

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USA: Jesuit Social Research Institute explores the implications of New US Voter ID (Identity) Laws

(Sep-2012)

The Jesuit Social Research Institute (JSRI), affiliated with Loyola New Orleans University, recently published an article entitled "The Real Fraud in 'Voter Fraud.'" The article examines the implications of a number of recent voter identification laws in the United States. According to the JSRI, the host of recent laws place undue restrictions on the right to vote on a whole, with particularly disastrous results for minority groups. New laws often require photo identification. The report notes that "25 percent of African Americans, 20 percent of Asians, 19 percent of Latinos, 18 percent of 18-24 year olds, 18 percent of seniors, and 15 percent of those earning less than $35,000 all lack valid photo identification." This statistics are especially shocking considering "only 8 percent of whites lack valid photo identification." Read more...