Archive: June 2016
In May 2016, one of our YES Members (and former interns) graduated Xavier University. All of us at IJPC congratulate Ryan and are excited to see the strides he will make as he continues to be a voice for social justice.
"That absence of thought (when purchasing goods and services) is what lead to me contributing to slave trade, which is still present in modern day. Slavery exists today in many forms, particularly through slave labor. I learned this quickly through the research I conducted for the ethical buying guide for the human trafficking program."
During Fall 2015, Intercommunity Justice and Peace Center was lucky to have Maggie Botts, a Social Work student from Miami University, as an intern through the Miami University's Center for Community Engagement in Over-the-Rhine's Residency Program. Maggie shares her own words about the experience.