Join the 21-Day Ignatian Racial Equity Challenge!

Join the 21-Day Ignatian Racial Equity Challenge!

During the month of February, all members of the Fairfield University community are encouraged to join the Ignatian Solidarity Network (ISN) in learning, praying, and taking action for racial equity.

What is the 21-Day Ignatian Racial Equity Challenge?
The Racial Equity Challenge is a three-week program that encourages members of ISN-affiliated Jesuit and Catholic institutions to embark on the complex journey of understanding the realities of racial injustice in the United States. It is designed to meet participants where they are on their anti-racism journey.

Who is invited to join?
The Challenge is open to all Fairfield students, faculty, staff, alumni, parents, and friends… anyone who is committed to “the service of faith and the promotion of justice.”

How does it work?
Once registered as an affiliate of Fairfield University, you will receive 21 days of daily emails with opportunities to learn, pray, and act on different themes of racial equity.

Sounds great! When and where can I sign up?
Online registration is open — register online today or via link on our Campus Ministry webpage:

What is the Ignatian Solidarity Network (ISN)?
Founded in 2004, ISN is a lay-led organization that partners with more than 150 Jesuit and other Catholic institutions to provide social justice education grounded in Catholic Social Teaching.

Thank you for your interest in walking this journey with an open mind and heart!
If you have further questions, please contact Jocelyn M. Boryczka, vice provost for Scholarly and Inclusive Excellence at

21-Day Ignatian Racial Equity Challenge

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Last modified: 02-03-22 12:46 PM


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