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Sept. 30 Adele social justice project looks at the election from a Marianist perspective

By Mark Gokavi

Organizers invite everyone to interact with expert presenters and participants from Marianist universities, schools and other ministries and communities throughout the United States as they reflect and respectfully dialogue in breakout rooms about being multi-issue voters that advance justice, peace and a sustainable environmental future.

The event, co-organized by University of Dayton alum Dom Sanfilippo, features other UD graduates Sr. Gabrielle Bibeau, Noelle Collis-DeVito and Bro. Brandon Alana, a Pacific Islander who will discuss impacts of climate change on the small islands.

The Elections 2020: Justice Signs of Our Time - a U.S. Marianist Panel and Dialogue webinar is from 8 until 9:30 p.m. Sept. 30.

For more information, the required RSVP for Zoom link and to arrange break-out dialogues, click here. For other questions, email ljablonski1@udayton.edu.

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