Michael Bischoff MA ’02 on a different way to think about people who receive disability benefits

Michael Bischoff MA '02, who qualifies for disability benefits because of an aggressive brain cancer, suggests that we think anew about "people who receive disability benefits as released friends, people who are released from the normal world of paid work, with the expectation that they will then contribute creatively, socially, spiritually, and culturally to society in powerful ways." ... read more about Michael Bischoff MA ’02 on a different way to think about people who receive disability benefits from Minneapolis Post

CJP masters candidates share practicum learnings from spring ’17 placements around the country

Second-year master’s degree candidates in the conflict transformation and restorative justice programs at Eastern Mennonite University’s Center for Justice and Peacebuilding are required to fulfill a practicum or research project.
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CJP’s 25-strong class of 2017 includes peacebuilders from 11 states and nine countries, including first MA in RJ graduate

Drumbeats filled Martin Chapel Sunday afternoon to mark the beginning of the-post commencement “Celebration of Blessings” for graduates of Eastern Mennonite University’s Center for Justice and Peacebuilding. Shedding their gowns
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