Dust to DC: A True Story Based On A Truer Story
On November 18, 2013 By Tim Isaacson
Editor’s note: This is a spoken-word poem by Tim Isaacson about his experience at the recent Americans for Reform event in Washington, D.C. It originally appeared on Tim’s blog, Dividing Walls. Permission was given to repost it. I’m journeying back to Washington DC to plead for immigration re-form with […]Continue Reading →
What Does Justice Mean?
On October 21, 2013 By Elizabeth Moraff
Editor’s note: Casa Chirilagua is a Christian not-for-profit outreach that seeks to develop relationships with families Chirilagua, a Latino neighborhood in Alexandria, Virginia. This post originally appeared on their website. Permission was given by the moderator to repost. “Miss Sarah, what does justice mean?” Cristóbal, a rising sixth grader, asked this […]Continue Reading →