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Published on Oct 14, 2009
The Graduate School of Social Work and the Center for Human Rights and International Justice recently welcomed to Boston College Man on Fire, an exhibit of images and words honoring the legacy of Father Pedro Arrupe, the founder of Jesuit Refugee Service.
Here, GSSW Professor Paul Kline and JRS Associate Director Maryanne Loughry talk about this powerful exhibit that offers a window into the experiences of displaced people. The discussion is part of a larger initiative in GSSW to focus on work specific to refugees and immigrants' needs.