Politics and Policy

Episode 33: Sister Simone Campbell

Sister-Simone-Campbell200x200 The executive director of the advocacy group NETWORK, Sister Simone Campbell is a passionate advocate for social justice whose work is an expression of her religious faith. It is  good for one’s development as a person to be reminded that people can arrive at a similar place by very different routes. Randy first heard of her during the “Nuns on the Bus” tour, when she led her fellow sisters across the country to fight the Paul Ryan budget. He wants that tour jacket.

  •  PERSON: Sister Sára Salkaházi, a Hungarian nun who saved 100 Jews during WWII
  • PLACE: Hiking trail in Oakland’s Tilden Regional Park
  • THING: Her bible

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