Benjamin Urmston interview
social justice, peace, poverty, Jesuit, Xavier University (Cincinnati Ohio), Faith and Justice Forum, Cesar Chavez, farm workers
In this interview, Benjamin Urmston, SJ, discusses his childhood, education, military service, and membership in the Society of Jesus. He talks about the formation of his views on social justice issues and the programs he developed and participated in to fight injustice. Urmston also explains how he produced a weekly radio program on topics of peace and justice for 28 years, and founded both the Peace and Justice Programs and the Dorothy Day Center at Xavier University (Cincinnati, Ohio).
Xavier University Oral History Collection
University Archives and Special Collections, Xavier University Library, Cincinnati, Ohio
Benjamin Urmston interview, June 15, 2018, XUAOH2018-003, Xavier University Oral History Collection, University Archives and Special Collections, Xavier University Library, Cincinnati, Ohio
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