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“Striving for social justice is the most valuable thing to do in life.” Albert Einstein

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A Passion to Serve host Don Kuchnicki speaks with outgoing director Dr. Ruben Martinez about his work and career with the Julian Samir’s Research Institute. The Julian Samir’s Research Institute is the Midwest’s Premier Latino Research Center, with a history of research on Latino communities, farm w
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A Passion to Serve host Don Kuchnicki speaks with outgoing director Dr. Ruben Martinez about his work and career with the Julian Samir’s Research Institute. The Julian Samir’s Research Institute is the Midwest’s Premier Latino Research Center, with a history of research on Latino communities, farm workers and their families, farmers and youth. Dr. Martínez shares examples of his work and advocacy efforts that have encompassed his life. As he stated during our interview together: “Political sociology gave me a sense of how power is used, maintained and also how it can be used to change society for the better.”
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