Last Call! ISN Race, Justice, and Equity Survey

Our partners at Ignatian Solidarity Network are conducting a survey to help understand the contexts of race, equity, and justice within Jesuit and Catholic institutions. The data gathered will aid in the development of a Racial Justice Action Plan partially aimed at supporting and networking parishes in racial justice work. This survey will help us at St. Ignatius understand how to better serve the community in these areas!

Deadline: June 28 
Complete the survey in English or Español

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