When the sun came shining and I was strolling

“Where the heck is this place?!” F, J, and I were driving in circles looking for the farm. A school bus, lines of boots on the front porch, threatening signs, rough fences. All were usually dead giveaways that a labor camp was close by. […]

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As I was walking that ribbon of highway

Frank Sinatra. He was impressed I liked Sinatra songs. “Do you know this one?” Dinah Washington. “Yes!” Okay, what about this one? Ding, Dong the Witch is dead! I couldn’t help but laugh at the Honorable Brit’s playlist. He continued, “We sang this one the […]

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Like many other states, particularly in the South, North Carolina has recently been considering legislation that would seek to push undocumented immigrants out of the state.  Today’s guest blogger, John Faison, shared these words at a news conference before the House Committee considering enacting this legislation in North Carolina:

 

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Which state do you think is the home to more undocumented immigrants: Arizona, New Jersey, or North Carolina?

If there’s one state that we hear associated in the news with illegal immigration, it’s probably Arizona, whose harsh state-level immigration bill passed two years ago, SB 1070, inspired copycat bills in various other states and […]

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Guest Blog by Chris Liu-Beers

The questions surrounding immigration policy have sparked an intense debate across the United States, including in North Carolina, where I live and work. Society remains divided on specific policies, but we also remain divided about some of the even bigger questions.  For example, what does it mean to be […]

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Guest Blog by Sharon Moore

 

I first realized a love for immigrants in college. I began teaching ESL classes and working with the Latino youth at my church, tutoring and teaching the Bible. As I developed relationships with many immigrants, my love for the population grew. In graduate school, I started volunteering with a […]

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Our most popular guest post thus far here on the g92.org blog has been Sarah Eisele-Dyrli’s post on “The Connection Between Faith, Human Trafficking, and Immigration” a few weeks ago.

We’re very glad that, in recent years, the Church in the United States has begun to recognize the tragic reality that modern-day slavery […]

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