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Driven by a desire for social justice and racial reconciliation, John Hall Fish spent much of his career connecting college students and recent graduates with urban nonprofit organizations.
Fish co-founded the Associated Colleges of the Midwest's Urban Studies program, which brought undergraduate students from small Midwestern colleges to Chicago for a semester.
The program offered what is known as "experiential education" that included hands-on work at a range of nonprofit groups. Twenty years later, Mr. Fish became the founding director and national coordinator of the Princeton Project 55's public interest program. Fish and later worked with him to create postgraduate fellowship programs for Princeton alumni.
Fish also is survived by two sons, John and Dan; four grandchildren; and two great-granddaughters. A professor at the Ilff School of Theology sinceHarding was also a civil rights leader known for social justice activism.
He was an aide and speechwriter to the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr.
A Time to Break the Silence. He and his first wife, Rosemarie, founded the Mennonite House, an interracial service center and gathering place, and traveled the South assisting anti-segregation campaigns for the Southern Christian Leadership Conference, the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee and the Congress of Racial Equality.
Born in Harlem, N. He was discharged in and earned a master's degree in journalism from Columbia University before coming to Chicago. He retired from full-time teaching in but remained involved at the school and was slated to speak at next month's commencement.
Sturm was deeply influenced by process thought, which he applied to ethics and to social action; he allied himself with the traditions of democratic socialism, nonviolence, and justice as solidarity. Sturm joined the faculty of Bucknell University in Pennsylvania, from which he retired as Presidential Professor of Religion and Political Science inalthough he continued to teach part-time until In he held an appointment at the Institute for the Advanced Study of Religion Martin Marty Center for research and writing on religion and public life.Chicago Studies publishes in book form the Chicago Studies Annual, a journal containing the best essays written by College students on the city of Chicago—its history, politics, and cultural life.
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