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July 22, 2021

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Students on Immigration and Unjust Assumptions

Recognize yourself in he and she who are not like you and me.

– Carlos Fuentes –

Students on Immigration and Unjust Assumptions

The treatment of immigrants and immigration policies in America are hot button topics. These policies, often seen as unlawful and dehumanizing, are catalyzing people across the nation to speak up for change. Prompted by YES! Magazine’s student writing competition and Lornet Turnbull’s article “Two-Thirds of Americans Live in the “Constitution-Free Zone”, eight powerful young voices join this chorus to speak out against immigration practices within the nation. Their raw, personal experiences with racism and fear remind us of the sobering realities that exist in our world. The strength in their words reveals the impact each individual is capable of, and remind us of the power we each have to make a difference. { read more }

Be The Change

For more inspiration, tune into this week’s Awakin Call with immigration lawyer Sheela Murthy, “Serving the Stranger: Extending Hospitality Even Through Inhospitable Times.” More details and RSVP info here. { more }

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