Daniel Sheehan UCSC Class Archive

Daniel Sheehan, the Chief Counsel for the Romero Institute, has taught classes at University of California, Santa Cruz. These classes focus on civil rights, social justice, and crises facing the human family. These UCSC classes are available to view in our public archive.

Daniel Sheehan: Rulers of the Realm 2016

“The Trajectory of Justice” Class at UCSC Spring 2016: A History of “The 1%” and Their Influence on American Policy (Both Overt & Covert): 1776-­2016

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Daniel Sheehan: Trajectory of Justice 2015

“The Trajectory of Justice” focuses on the role of Natural Law philosophy in the Constitution and the current crises facing the human family. (2015)

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Daniel Sheehan: Alternative JFK Theories

“Alternative Theories of the JFK Assassination” examines in detail 8 major theories as to what really happened 50 years ago on that fateful day in Dallas. (2013)

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Daniel Sheehan: Trajectory of Justice 2012

“The Trajectory of Justice in America” focuses on the civil rights and social justice cases professor Sheehan has been a part of over the last four decades. (2012)

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