Reflections on Juneteenth and Slavery’s Long Economic Shadow
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Reflections on Juneteenth and Slavery’s Long Economic Shadow

On June 19, 1865, Union soldiers arrived in Galveston, Texas, to announce the Civil War had ended and all slaves were to be set free. This day, known as Juneteenth, was the last official day of slavery in the United States. While slavery ended, its mechanisms of oppression through labor are still prevalent today. Continue reading »

American Red Cross Honors Dr. Troiani
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American Red Cross Honors Dr. Troiani

Each year, the American Red Cross honors individuals and groups for acts of great bravery, dedication and service to the community at our Heroes Breakfast. This year I nominated Joseph Troiani, Ph.D., for his outstanding military service, his devotion to our student veteran community, and his dedication in developing Adler’s doctoral and masters programs in military psychology. Continue reading »