Welcome to the Discover Your Neighbor 2019 Economic Justice Lessons.

Economic Justice Educator’s Guide 2019
Access your Educator's Guide for your classroom by filling out the form below. You will then be directed to a[...]
Objective, Economic Justice 2019
During Lent, we remember those who continue to be crucified. Students will be able toDEFINE “human trafficking” and give some[...]
Step 1: Pray
Jesus, remember me.You knew struggle during your time in the desert.When my days are long and I cry out your[...]
Step 2: Make Personal Connections
READ the Faith Perspective and Neighbor Focus stories, as well as the quote in What Does the Church Say?REFLECT: What was one thing you[...]
Neighbor Focus
Lita carefully traces daisies on the cake she is preparing for her client in Phnom Penh, Cambodia. She is grateful[...]
Faith Perspective
Maryknoll missioners in Cambodia and Myanmar are seeing the return of fishermen who have been rescued from slave-like working conditions[...]
Step 3: Explore Scripture and Tradition
READ ONE OF THE FOLLOWING:Old Testament: Exodus 6: 2-13Life of Jesus: John 15: 12-17Christian Living: 1 Corinthians 12: 12-14REFLECT: What[...]
What Does The Church Say?
Turn On Your Light. Help Stop Human Trafficking“In the eyes of God, each human person, whether girl, boy, woman or[...]
Step 4: Take Action
IDENTIFY THE SUPPLY CHAIN:  TASK each person with locating the source of one thing they own or use, which could include clothing[...]
Raise Your Voice
EDUCATE others on the signs of human trafficking where someone is being controlled or experiencing trauma. Start a marketing campaign[...]
Be A Global Neighbor
Did you know that Maryknoll Office for Global Concerns is active in helping to end human trafficking both here and[...]



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