Kicking off our summer series of episodes on Social Justice, Faith and Running; please join us as we explore the dichotomy of the US's Northern and Southern border this week, with runner
and immigration law professor Alex Vernon. Alex and his family live on the Canadian side of the border in Windsor, Ontario but he commutes each day to teach at University of Detroit Mercy's Law School. He describes his experience "on a living, breathing border", and what it is like to run on each side-- including the experience of the Detroit-Windsor International Marathon route.
Finally, Alex shares his insight into how and why running parallels his passion for social justice...
Links, from episode discussion:
Canada Jesuit Migration Network
Detroit-Windsor International Marathon
ISF Cross Country Running (international youth exchange)