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Adler University's Definition of Socially Responsible Practice Featured in Kenosha News

In the Media | 12.28.19

Adler University’s definition of Socially Responsible Practice was featured in the Kenosha News to illustrate how communities can rebuild and restore relationships to help individuals carve pathways to fulfilling vocations.

“In social services, a socially responsible practitioner can be a bridge to the broken, in which discernment and compassion are rigorously applied to remove obstructions from those who sense that their call appears out of their reach,” the article states.

Read more in the Kenosha News community story, “Community: Restoration and Accountability: Enabling a Renewed Path to Vocation.”

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