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Dr. Otis Brawley speaks with Dr. John Kiess of Loyola University about reconciliation, peacebuilding and how social change can improve healthcare disparities.
Office of Peace and Justice
Dr. Kiess serves as Director of Loyola's Office of Peace and Justice. For more information on programming, grant opportunities, and the Minor in Peace and Justice Studies, visit the Office's website.