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What is Marginalized Voices

#MeToo Issues in Religious-Based Institutions and Organizations
When groups or individuals are pushed to the edge of society and are not afforded active voice or place in community.
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Queering the Marianist Charism: Narratives Offer Insights for Change
R. Darden Bradshaw (University of Dayton, USA)
Copyright: © 2020 |Pages: 30
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-5225-9195-5.ch004
Experiencing disparities between the philosophical stance of the Marianist charism and its practical implications as they inform equity, inclusion, and diversity on the University of Dayton campus, the researcher engaged in a qualitative study gathering information to foster changes that benefit the greater University of Dayton community. By using the mixed methods, participant narratives contextualize diverse personal and professional experiences on campus. Results indicate that the Marianist charism, while complex in its interpretations, simultaneously draws people to the university and becomes a barrier to full equity; it further marginalizes women, persons of color, and LGBTQ+ identified people. This chapter concludes with a call to queer the Marianist charism and include the unheard voices of those marginalized to further these efforts.
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