Jesuits Invest in Corporations, Fight for Better Business Practices from the Inside
Working through shareholder activism, the Jesuits West Province recently helped pass a shareholder resolution to hold GEO Group, one of the largest for-profit prison and detention center operators in the U.S., accountable for human rights and treatment of detainees.
Walsh Jesuit Student Reflects on Migration Realities for Teenagers at the U.S.-Mexico Border
This past summer, I traveled to the Arizona-Mexico border for a service trip with seven other students from Walsh Jesuit High School in Northeastern Ohio. I naively thought that I was extremely prepared for the immersion trip and that I wouldn’t learn much.
How a group of local factories are creating an ethical economy amid the pandemic
Poverty, ecological destruction, labor exploitation — these issues are the roots of global injustice. They create a forest of social ills that feels overwhelming and impenetrable. The spread of coronavirus has further confirmed how systemic injustice makes communities especially vulnerable to harm.