ON-Lion Letter

Entries for September 2015

In <i>Soul Mates</i>, W. Bradford Wilcox and Nicholas H. Wolfinger provide compelling look at faith and family life among blacks and Latinos
In 1994, David Hernandez, a small-time drug-dealer in Spanish Harlem, got out of the drug business and turned his life over to God.  After he joi...

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<i>Milwaukee Journal Sentinel</i> profiles survivor of human sex trafficking helped by Convergence Resource Center
In late August, the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel's Ashley Luthern profiled "J" -- "among the estimated hundreds of women and children trafficked in...

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<i>Education Next</i> covers school choice in New Orleans decade after Katrina
The Fall 2015 issue of Education Next features a cover package three articles assessing aggressive education reform in New Orleans on the 10th anniver...

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European Parliament researchers cite Combating Terrorism Center article by Monterey scholars on how destruction of cultural heritage funds terrorism
The European Parliamentary Research Service recently cited an article in the February CTC Sentinel, from the Combating Terrorism Center (CTC) at West ...

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Independence Institute's <i>Building Hope</i> profiles successful Arrupe Jesuit High School in Denver
In a recent report from the Education Policy Center of the Independence Institute in Denver, Building Hope:  A Profile of Arrupe Jesuit High Scho...

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