Editor’s note: This article originally appeared in Sojourners’ God’s Politics blog. Permission was given by the moderator to repost. Last week, I attended a screening of Documented, Jose Antonio Vargas’ film about his coming out as an undocumented immigrant after winning the Pulitzer Prize. His journey is honest, poignant, and humorous. […]Continue Reading
      I was born in Leon, Guanajuato, Mexico. I am one of five children. When my parents decided to move to the United States, it was due to our living circumstances. My parents’ priority was ensuring that we, their children, would have a better education and a better childhood—one […]Continue Reading

Gerardo’s Story

On February 24, 2012 By
Guest Blog by: Tim Campbell Gerardo was born in Mexico in 1991 and brought here at age 3 from Mexico by his mother. Having little memory of his native land, he can speak and understand Spanish, but cannot write it. Gerardo has three younger sisters, one undocumented and two born here. His stepfather was […]Continue Reading
This was originally posted on the Lutheran Immigration & Refugee Service (LIRS) blog by Lauren Rhymer: http://www.lirsblog.org/2011/11/13/immigration-football-and-hot-wings/ I just learned last night David has been at Stewart Detention Center for a month now.  I don’t know David well, but I know his brother Cesar very well.  Cesar married into my family a couple […]Continue Reading
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