SPIRITUALITY, FAIR TRADE AND SOCIAL JUSTICE

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Ryan Ennis



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Name: Ryan Ennis
Location: Bronx, NY
Hobbies: couch potatoing, golf, college football
Date registered 09.10.2013
Date of birth: 7. August 1991
Last online: Wed Dec 11, 2013 3:56 am
Sex: male




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11.20.2013
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Wed Nov 20, 2013 4:46 am - The Crest-Jewel of Wisdom | Jump to Blog-Entry



11.20.2013
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Wed Nov 20, 2013 4:13 am - The Jewelcrest of Wisdom/The Transformation of Work | Jump to Blog-Entry



11.13.2013
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Wed Nov 13, 2013 4:22 am - Packard, Building on Faith by Ryan Ennis | Jump to Blog-Entry



11.05.2013
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Text #1 "The principal life strategy is "upward mobility" toward the goal of "success." While some can never rise high enough on the slippery ladder, others can rest content with a modicum of.~~ecurity. But no individual can change the rules of the game. Even when.they act with good will, upwardly mobile individuals participate in wider, ambiguous processes." We live in a society that places a large emphasis on the ability for people to succeed no matter what background they come from. However,...

10.02.2013
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Wed Oct 02, 2013 3:38 am | jump to post

Text #1: "There were the mothers, wives, and children of those assasinated" Archbishop Romero's quest to support and back up the underpriveleged and overlooked lower class of El Salvador is truly inspiring. It's one thing to join a movement that is ongoing and popular, however it is entirely different to stand up as one man against the corrupt political and social leaders of El Salvador and not waver when it comes to principle and reason. The movie made me reflect on how little I take for grant...

09.11.2013
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Wed Sep 11, 2013 3:24 am | jump to post

"Fair Trade Using our Purchasing Power for Justice and Hope" was a very enlightening article. My main concern about fair trade before Professor Combellick's class started was that fair trade could in some ways create an unbalanced lazy market however when I read the foot note that Fair Trade isn't charity it was very assuring. The fact that it's a holistic approach geared towards creating an honest fair market that doesn't empower corporations and rich individuals. I completely agree with empowe...
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Wed Sep 11, 2013 2:59 am | jump to post

Last class was very interesting for me since my knowledge of Fair Trade is very limited. I enjoyed the handcrafting justice segment because it allowed me to get a real life look into the struggles and injustices of every day life in under-developed countries. I'm excited to learn more about Fair Trade and Spirituality and develop an informed opinion.



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