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Revel in the Revolution
8th Day Center for Justice
Celebrates our 4oth Birthday
Bidding is now open
Get an early start at the celebration by bidding now.
Keep watching the sight as new and exciting items will be added.
Bidding will stay open until September 20th at 4pm.
Auction will stay live until September 20th at 4pm
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8th Day Center for Justice invites you to our 40th Anniversary Celebration!
Revel in the Revolution
"We Who Believe in Freedom Cannot Rest!"
Saturday, September 20, 2014
2:00 - 5:00pm
Jean Marie Ryan Center
Misericordia Heart of Mercy
6300 N. Ridge Avenue
Click here to make your reservation!
$60 | $30 for Student/Limited Income
This year’s Revel in the Revolution will feature keynote speaker José López, the Executive Director of the Puerto Rican Cultural Center and the presentation of the 4th Annual Mary Elsbernd Award to Rasmea Odeh of the Arab American Action Network.
Click here to view photos from the opening night of These Are Not My Problems!
For several months, 8th Day's Young Adult Council has been pulling together an art show to celebrate 40 years of systemic change work with our coalition partners. The show, These Are Not My Problems, will be featured throughout the month of May at the Lacuna Artists Lofts. We hope you can join us for the opening of the show!
Saturday, May 10, 12-7pm
Several of 8th Day's Member Congregations joined the Catholic Sisters for a Healthy Earth in preparing a reflection booklet on the various rooms of a house, placing each room and its activities into the broader context of our Earth-home.
Click here to access the 'Earth as Our Home'
We begin this statement by saying that our vision is that all people would have access to health care. Health care is a necessity, not a privilege.
While universal health care coverage is not yet a reality, we realize that over 48 million Americans according to the 2011 U.S. Census are uninsured. We cannot allow this to continue. Those who are uninsured are most often people who are poor, working people with low-paying jobs, or the unemployed. If health care is needed, they must go to emergency rooms, which is very expensive. The cost is passed on in the form of increased premiums to all who do have health insurance.