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Commitment to Anti-Racism
Loyola University Chicago School of Law’s Commitment to Anti-Racism
As a Jesuit institution, Loyola University Chicago has long been committed to social justice. In 2020, after the killing of George Floyd and in the wake of increasing calls for ending systemic racism and racial violence, the University and the School of Law recommitted to help uproot persistent racism and dismantle systemic racial injustice.
The School of Law created a new mission statement, based on input from students, alumni, faculty, administrators, and staff, that clarifies the school’s calling to work to dismantle the structures that generate and sustain racism and all forms of oppression. For more information on our commitment to anti-racism, visit Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion.