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Diversity and Inclusion

In Pope Francis’ Open Wide our Hearts: the enduring call to love, a pastoral letter against racism, he reminds us, “For a nation to be just, it must be a society that recognizes and respects the legitimate rights of individuals and peoples. These rights precede any society because they flow from the dignity granted to each person as created by God.”

Notre Dame is called to live the Mercy Core Value of Justice.

We believe ordering of right relationships with all persons and all creation is fundamental to our advocacy for structures that protect the vulnerable.

SHADES Club Video 2022

Diversity and Inclusion News

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ND to be Featured in CNS Series

Members of our administration, students and alumni were the focus of video interviews filmed by Catholic New Service multimedia editor Chaz Muth and reporter Carol Zimmerman in December.

Mass Celebrating Social Justice, Diversity and Inclusion

Diversity, inclusion and social justice were the focus of this month’s liturgy at Notre Dame. Appropriately celebrated during Black History Month, students members of the SHADES and Social Justice Clubs organized and participated in the mass. The program included special guests, petitions in many languages, the presenting of cultural gifts, and this year’s SHADES Club video.

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Diversity & Inclusion Staff

Dr. Ellieen Ingbritsen Ed. D.

Titles: Service Learning & Diversity and Inclusion Coordinator
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Work: 609-882-7900, ext. 153