It’s been said that the immigration movement needs a leader. Another Cesar Chavez of sorts; an individual to embody the dream, whether the issue at hand is education, wages, human rights, labor rights, or legal status.
Yet looking out over the many aspects of the immigration debate in America, who could possibly encompass […]Continue Reading →
This year I attended the Ecumenical Advocacy Days in Washington, D.C., where faith leaders from multiple denominations gathered together to advocate for peace. During the conference, I attended a session about violence against Central American migrants in transit through Mexico.
Immediately, the speakers had my attention. The session was led […]Continue Reading →