Social Justice

Working Within the System

Critical thought and passion — that’s the combination that fills Graciela Guzmán ’11 with Grinnellian pride. As an enrollment specialist at a community health center on the northwest side of Chicago, Graciela enrolls people in healthcare plans and educates them about the Affordable Care Act, also known as Obamacare.

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Marsha Ternus, former chief justice of Iowa Supreme Court, speaks on juvenile justice system

Marsha Ternus, attorney, former chief justice of the Iowa Supreme Court, who taught a class on restorative justice at Grinnell College:

“I think any time you are talking about public policy, it’s good to have all the players on board, because then you have a consistent approach from the beginning contact through the court system.”

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 Marsha Ternus

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