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The Dream of the Know Nothings

Echoes of Empire in the Immigration Debate. The people making the decisions about immigration use it as a political contrivance; its solutions in name are solutions to symbolic and electoral problems. Each potential humanizing improvement is met with a provision … Continue reading

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Join the National Day of Action on April 10th!

Join the National Day of Action on April 10th!

Join the National Day of Action on April 10, 2013 and urge congress to reform our nation’s immigration laws. People of faith and good will are gathering in Washington, D.C. on Wednesday to rally and visit with members of congress. … Continue reading

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A Faithful Democratic Response to Immigration Reform

Aaron Stauffer is a student at Union Theological Seminary, New York, coordinator of the Student Christian Movement – New York City, and Associate Director, Religions for Peace. The intersection of citizenship and immigration is finally coming to the fore of … Continue reading

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The Profitable Business of Detaining Immigrants

Greg Sullivan is program director of Irate & First Friends, an organization that advocates for changes to immigration policy and visits immigrants in four New Jersey detention facilities. Expectation is high that we will finally have comprehensive immigration reform in … Continue reading

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