Geddes, DeWolf offer skills, strategies and an invitation into deep conversation with ‘Little Book of Racial Healing’

Co-authors Jodie Geddes MA ‘16 and Tom DeWolf launched The Little Book of Racial Healing (Skyhorse Publishing, 2018) during a webinar hosted by the Zehr Institute for Restorative Justice in
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In Vietman with MCC, Caleb Schrock-Hurst ’18 visits the site of My Lai

Caleb Schrock-Hurst is a copy editor for Thế Giới Publishers in Hanoi, Vietnam, via Mennonite Central Committee’s Serving and Learning Together program. He is a graduate of Eastern Mennonite University in Harrisonburg, Va., and Hesston (Kan.) College. He blogs at Thoughts and Thinks, where this post first appeared. ... read more about In Vietman with MCC, Caleb Schrock-Hurst ’18 visits the site of My Lai from Mennonite World Review

EMU’s D.C. program offers policy and advocacy internship opportunities to support new majors

A spring semester visit by Eastern Mennonite University students, history professors Mark Metzler Sawin, Mary Sprunger and Ji Eun Kim, and career services director Kimberly Phillips highlighted internship opportunities in
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‘Borders, Jails, and Long Drives in the Desert’: Immigrant rights attorney Kara Hartzler ’94 to present Keim Lecture

Federal public defender, immigrant rights attorney and playwright Kara Hartzler ’94 will give the spring 2019 Keim Lecture Series presentation at Eastern Mennonite University. Titled “Borders, Jails, and Long Drives
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