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Civil & Human Rights

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Patricia A. McGuire, President, Trinity Washington University
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Patricia A. McGuire, President, Trinity Washington University
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Sep
17
2022

2022 Constitution Day: The Right to Privacy

What does the Trinity community think about the right to privacy and the Dobbs case? Preliminary survey results for Constitution Day.

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Jun
19
2022

Emancipation Delayed, Freedom Denied

Make Juneteenth a day to inspire the continuing quest for true freedom and equality.

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May
27
2022

White Supremacy, Gun Violence, and the Obligations of Education

We must do more, far more, than “thoughts and prayers” — our education demands that we ACT for racial and social justice in this nation.

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Apr
15
2022

Resurrection and Hope

The real meaning of Easter is not in loud triumphalism but in the quiet ways we offer hope and peace to others.

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Mar
27
2022

Racism and Ritual Hypocrisy

Soon she will be Justice Jackson, but the rancid politics of the Senate remain shameful and unworthy of our nation.

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Feb
06
2022

Bigotry and Blasphemy

Seeing Christ in every face is not blasphemy; the defense of faith cannot be premised on bigotry.

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Nov
08
2021

On Scandal and Schism

Bishops need to confront the real scandal that looms: the potential for schism in the American Church.

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Mar
01
2021

Lift Every Voice: St. Augustine Choir at the White House

Beautiful rendition of “Lift Every Voice” by the St. Augustine Gospel Choir at the White House.

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Jan
21
2021

“The Hill We Climb” by Amanda Gorman

“There is always light, if only we’re brave enough to see it, if only we’re brave enough to be it.”

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Jan
17
2021

Race and Reconciliation in Post-Trump America

Dr. King would have called us to Reconciliation in all of its parts: confession, confrontation and forgiveness.

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