Faith Reflection

Read in Spanish.  Family separations remain a problem – at the border and beyond After coming under intense criticism for forcibly separating more than 2,000 immigrant children from their parents at the U.S.-Mexico border, President Trump ended the policy of family separation with an executive order on June 20. On June 26, a federal judge ordered the government to…

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For many people who have been incarcerated for a long period of time, returning home may seem like the biggest day of their life. They may be faced with feelings of relief, excitement, nervousness and fear. Upon release, some are given a range of items, such as clothing for the day, medication for the week,…

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In advocacy, statistics are often used to convey messages. We use them when speaking about levels of homelessness, unemployment, incarceration, obesity, violence and many other issues facing the 320 million people living in the U.S. In these statistics, we often fail to include Native Americans. Although Native Americans are the original inhabitants of what we…

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For years, a wall of isolation between the United States and North Korea has been steadily building. The Korean War never officially ended, and it has been followed by decades of economic sanctions and frozen diplomatic channels. An executive order issued by President Trump in August outlined travel restrictions that limit U.S. citizens from visiting…

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