February 18, 2021

Linguistic Equality, a Precondition for Economic and Political Equity

In May of 2016, Dr. Michel DeGraff, responded to Danielle Allen’s, Director of Harvard’s Edmond J. Safra Center for Ethics, Professor of Government and Education, essay on What is Education For? He focused on linguistic equality as a precondition for political and economical equity. His response was originally posted on the Boston Review. Danielle Allen’s

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January 20, 2021

Magis Americas Welcomes New Board of Director Members

This January, Magis Americas welcomed Joan Rosenhauer and Jenny Cafiso as new members of its Board of Directors. Both Joan and Jenny join the organization’s governance board to contribute and strengthen its mission to foster, support and accompany our Jesuit partners in the Global South, especially in Latin America and the Caribbean, as they strive

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September 15, 2020

Changing for the Better

The word magis is not uncommon within the Jesuit world. In fact, I’d argue that it’s one of the most used words, if not the most used word, within the Society of Jesus. There are “Magis Groups” at Jesuit high schools, “Magis Retreats” at Jesuit parishes, and even “Magis Donor Levels” at Jesuit nonprofits. It’s

Changing for the Better

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