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The Whole Person Revolution

Aug 3, 2021

"Solidarity is always intentional, always messy." Pancho Arg├╝elles is the executive director of the Living Hope Wheelchair Association, a community-based organization of migrants with spinal cord injuries. Born in Mexico City, for more than thirty years now he has worked on human rights issues in Mexico, Central...


Jul 22, 2021

On April 12, 2013 as Taylor Schumann was beginning her work day working at the New River Community College in Christiansburg, Virginia, a gunman walked in and shot her. She survived, but not without deep scars both physical and psychological. How does one recover from such a horrific event? What are the lessons...


Jun 4, 2021

What is the relationship between justice and beauty, repair and renewal? What inspires us to create? Mako Fujimura, an artist, and his wife, Haejin Shim, a lawyer, together are building a richer understanding of the interdependencies here, interdependencies that we all will need as we exit the pandemic and relate to an...


May 7, 2021

Love and science don't always make easy conversation partners, but Amy O'Dell has found a way to make them at once intelligible to each other, and transformative for the lives of children and their families. Here is her story, and the story of Jacob's...


Apr 30, 2021

How can institutions be transformational, not simply transactional? What is higher education, specifically, doing to meet the hungers of a generation increasingly adamant that "the whole person" be acknowledged and respected? Dr. Nathan Hatch is the president of Wake Forest University, and has not only thought about...