Dawn Cherie Araujo is a staff writer based at the Global Sisters Report headquarters in Kansas City, Mo. Before coming to Global Sisters Report, she was a freelance religion reporter and had also worked as the editorial assistant at Sojourners magazine. She has a journalism degree from Ball State University and a master’s in religion from Cincinnati Christian University. Follow Dawn on Twitter @dawn_cherie.

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Human trafficking in the US: Sisters' efforts break the cycle one life at a time

Global Sisters Report: The Benedictines in South Dakota center their ministry on the I-29 corridor and the particular vulnerability of Native American young women living there.

Kansas City discusses neighborhood divisions, solutions with Nuns on the Bus

Preview: More than 200 residents from Missouri and Kansas gathered Sept. 11 in Kansas City, Mo., for a town hall meeting moderated by Social Service Sr. Simone Campbell.

Economic justice, race take center stage as Nuns on the Bus begins 2015 tour

Preview: As the Nuns on the Bus tour bus rolled onto St. Louis' Kiener Plaza on Thursday, a crowd of about 70 people -- many women religious -- cheered. 

LCWR reviews its own steadiness, finds ability to build relationships where trust could grow

Preview: In the penultimate address at the 2015 LCWR national assembly, Sr. Janet Mock made some of her most pointed public remarks on the Vatican’s now-concluded doctrinal assessment and mandate.