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With more than 4,500 graduates, SJA women are making a difference in Milwaukee and beyond!

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At St. Joan Antida High School we remain committed to building an inclusive environment that recognizes, respects, and embraces people of all backgrounds – it is core to the mission of our school. We firmly believe in the inclusivity of our campus and promote diversity in all aspects.

Now is the time we need to use our voices. Now is the time to change the world. Stand up, step forth, and through transformative conversations become involved in the community to make changes against acts of racism, hatred, and violence. We must create environments where honest, productive dialogue can take place without resorting to violent acts to make our voices heard.

Let's continue to be at the heart of social change and embrace our brothers and sisters with the love and respect that we all deserve.

Read more about We See You, Hear You, and Are There for You

Sister Monica Fumo knew how to get her students' attention.

In the early 1990s, as principal of Milwaukee's all-girls St. Joan Antida High School, Fumo once donned goggles and a leather jacket over her habit and rumbled into the gym on the back of a chopper as "Leader of the Pack" roared over the loudspeaker.

Sister Gabriella Nguyen connected in quieter ways. She teased and cajoled, and listened with the ear and insights of a trusted counselor.

Fumo and Nguyen lived and worked side-by-side for decades as Sisters of Charity of St. Joan Antida. They died, just days apart this month, of complications related to the coronavirus. Fumo was 78 and Nguyen, 75.

Read more about Two More Catholic Sisters Die of Coronavirus after Years of Ministry
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