While immigration advocates express frustration with President Obama’s delay on immigration reform, many are stepping up to address the needs of those most impacted by the border crisis. Visit our blog for HEADLINES: Border Crisis. I’ll bring you all the most important and up-to-date news on... more
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It’s easy to get caught up in the despair of the evening news. Daily, we hear stories of vulnerable mothers and children deported back to violent communities, families forced to live in the shadows, and lack of progress on immigration reform. When all this... more
As extremist rhetoric increases behind the effort to deport the undocumented, I’d like to highlight a piece from Sojourners where Felipe Diosdado reveals how much of an impact his deportation will have on his family. Thousands of lives just like Felipe’s hang in the balance. Now that Congress... more
I’ve noticed, especially as of late, how countless individuals have gone above and beyond to reach out to those affected by the border crisis. Recently, a delegation from the Metropolitan Washington, D.C. Synod of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America (ELCA) El Salvador Committee made a trip... more
Elected officials have returned to Washington, D.C. after a recess full of criticism for failing to address the border crisis before their vacation. Activists, religious leaders, and business leaders are all calling for compassionate action. Visit our blog for HEADLINES: Border Crisis. I’ll... more
On Saturday, President Obama announced his plans to delay executive action on immigration, postponing the opportunity to alleviate suffering caused by our immigration system until after the November midterm elections. In an interview on Sunday’s “Meet the Press,” the President argued that... more