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Seek Justice, Do Justice, and Sustain Justice — that's the theme for SPU's annual Day of Common Learning on Wednesday, October 21. Lisa Slavovsky with International Justice Mission will give the keynote address — "Who Is My Neighbor? Responding to God’s Call for Justice for the Poor." The public is invited to join us for this lecture and the afternoon sessions.
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