The 2016 presidential campaign, foreign wars, global economic instability, and acts of terrorism have spurred vigorous debate—and ugly rhetoric—about U.S. immigration policy and the influx of refugees, migrants, and undocumented immigrants arriving at our borders by the thousands. New Orleans Schweitzer Fellows Chenoa Moten and Catherine Patteson Poehling, both students at Tulane University … [Read more...] about Helping unaccompanied minors from Central America adjust to life in the U.S.
Archives for February 2016
This year marks the 20th anniversary of the Chicago chapter of The Albert Schweitzer Fellowship. Join the extended Chicago network of The Albert Schweitzer Fellowship for a weekend conference, "Improving Community Health Together," marking this special anniversary. The weekend begins Friday, April 29 at 5:30pm with the Schweitzer Leadership Awards ceremony. Admission is free, but registration … [Read more...] about Celebrating 20 years of our Chicago program!