Sr. Mary Johnson, SNDdeN
srmary Sister Mary Johnson is a Sister of Notre Dame de Namur and Distinguished Professor of Sociology and Religious Studies at Trinity Washington University in Washington, D.C. She is co-author of Young Adult Catholics: Religion in a Culture of Choice, and New Generations of Catholic Sisters. Read More 
Pat Bergen
pbergen Event 2016 is pleased to welcome Pat Bergen, CSJ to address us on the topic of “Moving All-Ways in the Flow of Unioning Love” Pat is a member of the Congregation of St. Joseph and a vital part of their Leadership Team. Pat’s ministries have included teaching both at the elementary and secondary levels. Read More
Sara Thomsen
sara Sara Thomsen is a singer-songwriter and weaver of community song. At concerts, conferences, classrooms, workshops, retreats, jails, places of prayer, and lines of protest, to be with Sara is to want to sing. Increasing wonder and awareness, deepening spiritual connection, and widening social engagement through song is at the heart of her work. Read More
Terry Coonan
Terence C.Coonan

Professor Terry Coonan is the founding Executive Director of the Florida State University Center for the Advancement of Human Rights and is a practicing human rights and immigration attorney. A graduate of the University of Notre Dame, he has worked for several decades with refugees, survivors of torture, and trafficking victims. Under his direction, the Human Rights Center at Florida State University provides pro bono legal representation to victims of sex trafficking and labor trafficking, and works closely with state and federal law enforcement officials in the investigation and prosecution of these cases. Professor Coonan teaches law, criminology, and film courses at FSU. He served as the lead researcher on the 2010 "Florida Strategic Plan on Human Trafficking" commissioned by the Florida Legislature and Governor's Office, and currently serves as the appointee of Attorney General Pam Bondi on the Florida Statewide Council on Human Trafficking. Terry Coonan The Coalition of Immokalee Workers is a worker-based human rights organization internationally recognized for its achievements in the fields of social responsibility, human trafficking, and gender-based violence at work. Built on a foundation of farmworker community organizing starting in 1993, and reinforced with the creation of a national consumer network since 2000, CIW's work has steadily grown over more than twenty years to encompass three broad and overlapping areas: the Fair Food Program, Anti-Slavery Campaign, and the Campaign for Fair Food. Coalition of Immokalee Workers

 

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