Editor’s Note: This post originally appeared on redletterchistians.org in February 2015 and can be found here.

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Marco Saavedra is an artist, poet, writer, and sometime-dishwasher at his parents’ restaurant in the Bronx. He’s also an undocumented immigrant and one of nine Dreamers who, in 2013, turned themselves over to border patrol at Nogales, AZ […]

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Editor’s Note: This blog originally appeared as part one of a series on the author’s personal blog in September 2015.

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So God created mankind in his own image, in the image of God he created them; male and female he created them. –Genesis 1:27, NIV

As far as I can tell, I am a fourth […]

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Editor’s Note:  This post originally appeared June 1st 2012.

[illegal is illegal]

but i am a person
illegal is illegal
but i love, and am loved
illegal is illegal
but i know no other . . .
illegal is illegal
but […]

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Editor’s Note: This post originally appeared on May 23, 2012.

In 2011, I spent six months living in northern Haiti, teaching English in a Christian university as well as in smaller schools in the area.  I had been in the country for about two months when this story happened.

I was […]

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Editor’s Note: This blog originally appeared on April 18th, 2012.

If I could, I would drive to my church. The great state of New Jersey does not issue driver’s licenses to undocumented residents (yet), so I usually rely on my pastor for a ride to church.  As Define American’s […]

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Editor’s Note: This post originally appeared on Lina AbuJamra’s personal blog in December 2014.

Our country is partisan on so many issues these days.

The latest divisive issue is the issue of immigration reform.

What should the American government do with the millions of undocumented residents of the United States […]

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Editor’s Note: This post originally ran on www.immigrationimpact.com

What is our obligation as a country to the unaccompanied child migrants at our border? This seemingly straightforward question is frequently lost among the political debate surrounding the humanitarian challenge at our southern border. In a recent Senate homeland security committee hearing, several senators focused only on […]

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Editor’s Note: This post first appeared on FWD.us

My dad’s hands violently trembled as he gripped the steering wheel. His knuckles became as white as my mom’s face when she turned to my brother and me in the backseat. She told us to duck down. The knot in my stomach tightened as I did and […]

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Editor’s Note: Another great post from www.immigrationimpact.com

The reasons why so many unaccompanied children from Central American nations are trying to make their way to the United States are not simple. There are the abysmally high murder rates, escalating gang violence, and grinding poverty which prevail in some Central American countries. There are the family […]

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Editor’s Note: This post is the third in a four part series on immigration that originally appeared on Pastor Alan Kraft’s blog, alankraft.me

In my last two posts, we have been looking at the topic of immigration. As mentioned earlier, my goal is not to offer simplistic solutions or even political ones. […]

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