WASHINGTON — Tens of thousands of immigrants and activists rallied here on Sunday, calling for legislation this year to give legal status to millions of illegal immigrants and seeking to pressurePresident Obama to keep working […]
On August 1, as part of a political negotiation to garner enough votes to pass a supplemental funding bill to respond to unaccompanied children arriving at the U.S.-Mexico border, the House of Representatives passed […]
Senior White House officials are in talks with business leaders that could expand the executive actions President Barack Obama takes on immigration.
Obama was initially expected to focus only on slowing deportations of potentially millions […]
How evangelicals can follow the way of the cross into immigration reform.
In the 1960s, the evangelical community stood on the sidelines as Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. marched for justice. In the twenty-first century, […]
More than 50 faith leaders gathered in Texas to pray for undocumented migrants.Hours before, Congress went into recess with nothing to show for weeks of talk about the issue.
Latino Christians came together on Saturday […]
By Leah Allen
More than 50 Hispanic ministers and family members gathered in McAllen, Texas, July 26 to pray for those involved in the border crisis, as thousands of undocumented Central American families and unaccompanied […]
National Latino Organizations Release Final Congressional Report Cards Ranking Immigration Reform Progress
A coalition of national Latino, Asian American and Pacific Islander organizations released the final immigration score card ranking the immigration progress of lawmakers in the House of Representatives.
The coalition, including the Asian Pacific American Labor Alliance […]
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Intl., Regional Pastors Begin Joint Outreach to Meet Needs of Unaccompanied Children
MCALLEN, Texas, July 23, 2014 – In order to do everything possible to help the unaccompanied children arriving at […]
Though immigration is a polarizing issue, the plight of migrant children at the southern border of the United States is so dire that an unlikely assortment of faith groups have found themselves standing on […]
Fermín García, pastor of the 7,000-member strong church Grupo Unidad Cristiana de México (Christian Unity Group of Mexico) in Tijuana, leads the NHCLC Mexico chapter, which includes thousands of Church of God, Assemblies of […]