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    The Scholastic Rebound from COVID-19 and a Commemoration of World Social Justice Day

    Today we talk with the CEO and President of the National Catholic Education Association (NCEA), Lincoln Snyder, regarding the evolving responses and challenges of the pandemic. Following, we are joined by Andy Peterson, the Founder and Director of the Justice Film Festival, which returns March 9th-12th. LIncoln Snyder, who is joining us from the NCEA, will share with us a just-released survey (by the NCEA) showing the welcome news that enrollment in U.S. Catholic Schools rebounded after a sharp drop caused by the pandemic. Andy Peterson, principal of Aspiration Studios in Nashville, Tennessee, and Founder and Director of Justice Film Festival, joins us to discuss the duty of media to…

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    President’s Day Weekend and an Appreciation for Elite Athlete Mental Health

    During today’s recording of JustLove, we examine the institution of the American Presidency, how it has evolved, and its effect on the republic. Professor Andrew Rudalevige, Ph.D., takes us through the history of the highest office of our Federal Government. With the wrapup of the 24th Winter Olympic Games, we take on the topic of mental health in elite athletes, highlighted by the likes of Mikaela Shiffrin, Simone Biles, and Naomi Osaka, and how this new holistic emphasis may evolve sports as we know them. Professor Matt Moore, Ph.D., walks us through the growing recognition of mental health even among those heralded as the pinnacle of athletic achievement. Andrew Rudalevige,…

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    The Civil Rights of Love

    Today, we are joined by the renowned civil rights lawyer Philip J. Hirschkop, Esq., distinguished as one of two attorneys to argue the landmark 1967 decision “Loving v. Virginia” before the United States Supreme Court, which ended the enforcement of State bans on interracial marriage. Professor Tanya Kateri Hernandez, J.D., will then join us to discuss the legacy of the decision and its implications on contemporary movements to promote racial equality. Philip J. Hirschkop, Esq., is one of two attorneys to argue the landmark decision “Loving v. Virginia” and he will talk about his role and recollections of having argued the case. Prof. Tanya Kateri Hernandez, J.D., is the Archibald…

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    Tensions in the Near East and Repression in the Far East

    During today’s recording of JustLove, we are joined by Professor John Davenport, Ph.D., to discuss the escalating tensions between Ukraine and Russia in light of the “Just War Theory.” Another topical controversy is the upcoming opening of the 24th Winter Olympics in Beijing, China, which is overshadowed by the host’s repressive treatment of its estimated 3 million Uyghur population – a situation likened to genocide. Kayum Masimov, Project Manager of the Uyghur Rights Advocacy Project in Canada provides some insight as a member of the Uyghur Diaspora Community. John Davenport, Ph.D., is a Professor of Philosophy and Peace and Justice Studies at Fordham University. He shares his expertise on the…

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