2019 Lasallian Social Justice Institute 2019-05-16T10:08:07+00:00

2019 Lasallian Social Justice Institute

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LSJI 2019 will explore issues related to the environment in New Orleans, Louisiana. Participants will spend time in the wetland areas and learn about the ecological sensitivities of the Louisiana coast. Opportunities of LSJI will include engaging and serving with organizations that work to protect the environment, and learning what our response to these issues should be, based on the Lasallian tradition and Church teachings, and through sociological and economic commentaries.

REGISTRATION QUESTIONS: Please direct all registration questions to Michele Beauboeuf at michele@cbconf.org 202-529-0047 x106.

CANCELLATION POLICY: Christian Brothers Conference will grant refunds for registration cancellations received on or before May 31, 2019, less a $25.00 administrative fee and a credit card processing fee. No refunds will be granted after May 31, 2019. Cancellation notices must be in writing and sent to Michele Beauboeuf at michele@cbconf.org or faxed to 202-529-0775. Refunds for incorrect or duplicate registrations will be granted, less a $25.00 administrative fee and a credit card processing fee. All refunds will be in the form of a check. Checks will be mailed within three weeks of receipt of the written request.

“(My LSJI experience) challenges me to educate my peers and students, and to constantly stress the social teachings on the Dignity of Human Life and to involve myself in local initiatives.”

Tom O’Connor, a teacher at La Salle High School in Pasadena, California
(LSJI – Minneapolis, 2016)


LSJI Examines Urban Challenges in Philadelphia, Camden (August 17th, 2018)

LSJI Studies Immigration Issues (August 18, 2017)

LSJI Shines Light on Human Trafficking (July 27, 2016)

LSJI Examines Violence and Peacemaking in Chicago Neighborhoods (August 05, 2015)

LSJI Provides Experiential Program on Immigration Actualities (July 24, 2014)

LSJI Highlights Impact of Violence and Peacemaking (August 23, 2013)

LSJI Explores the Realities of Immigration (July 27, 2012)

LSJI 2011 Focuses on Civil Rights (July 29, 2011)