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Water: More Than Quenching Thirst (Situations of Substance series)

Water rights are a prominent justice issue across our globe today.

Following her mission experience in Guatemala, Jan Gregorcich, SSND, was convinced that bringing potable water to remote villages was an issue larger than what it appeared on the surface. From this awareness, Global Partners: Running Waters (GPRW) was founded. GPRW has a particular partnership with the Mayan communities of Quiche, Guatemala. GPRW continues to evolve, aiming to address water issues everywhere.

Tuesday, February 23, 2021
6:30 - 8:30pm
Cost is $10 for an evening, $55 for the series of six.

Other programs in the series are:

January 26, 2021: Building a Values-based Economy and the Profit Motive, Lincoln Rice

February 9, 2021: Perspectives and Projections, John Nichols

March 9, 2021: Gulf War Illness: Advocating for Veterans, Vera Roddy

March 23, 2021: Diversity and Inclusion in a Rapidly Changing World, Kimberly J. Payne

May 11, 2021: America’s Internment: Manzanar Pilgrimage, Joanne Jaruko Doi, MM

Jan Gregorcich, SSND is a member of the international   and multicultural community of the School Sisters of Notre Dame and the co-founder of Global Partners: Running Waters, Inc. She leads adult and student groups in service and community learning experiences that raise awareness of global disparity.

Rebecca Moczulewski has served as a volunteer with  GPRW and lives in New Berlin, Wisconsin, with her husband  and daughter. She has been involved in Catholic formation and social justice ministries, with a particular focus on economic and racial justice. 


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Water: More Than Quenching Thirst


Situations of Substance- entire series

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