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Building a Learning Community for Immigrants & Refugees
Through English as a Second Language courses, master's students and Spokane immigrants and refugees learn together.
Zag MacDaniel Graff Keeps on Sunny Side
MacDaniel Graff, a junior studying sports management, was injured in an accident. But the former three-sport athlete stays close to the action as a...
Fellows from Laos and Cambodia spent three weeks in Spokane. Here, they ask GU students what they have learned about leadership through service.
Lifting the Lamp
In “Lifting the Lamp” – a phrase harkening to the inscription on the Statue of Liberty – we share faculty, alumni and student perspectives on...
How Do You Plead?
Gonzaga Magazine's editor sets the stage for a feature on immigration
Reframing Tolerance - Building a Just World
At the 2018 observance of International Day of Tolerance, Liz Moore of the Peace and Justice Action League presented a message at Gonzaga
Our Decision to Study Hate
In this 2.5-minute video, Chief Diversity Officer Raymond Reyes shares why Gonzaga began its Institute for Hate Studies.
Driving out Hate: A 20-Year Labor of Love
The International Network for Hate Studies cites the Gonzaga Institute for Hate Studies’ impact on the field, and others attribute the vision and...
Standing in Solidarity: A Response to the Pittsburgh Massacre
In the days following the horrific violence against members of the Jewish community in Pittsburg, several Jewish members of the GU community shared...
Gonzaga Presents 2018-19 'Communities for Justice' Events
Gonzaga proudly presents a series of events and activities to bring together the GU community and region
Gonzaga Hate Studies Institute Marks Anniversary Oct. 12
Public event features video presentation by Nadine Strossen, author, law professor and former president of the ACLU, followed by a panel discussion.
Zags Hit TEDx Stage, Oct. 6
Six Gonzaga graduates/students share their expertise and inspiration at TEDx Spokane
Letter of the Law
As part of the “Welcoming the Stranger” refugee series, we learn about the work of Gonzaga Law Professor Megan Ballard.
Open Mind, Open Heart
Learn about the refugee support of Shannon Dunn in “Welcoming the Stranger.”