Welcoming the Stranger

From Undergraduate Chapel: Fall 2011

As a part of the Perspectives in Latino Faith Series, Alexia Salvatierra teaches about illegal immigration and the gray areas that are ignored by government policy. Through the stories of many, she illustrates some of the injustices and inconsistencies of current immigration policy and tells of organizations that are currently doing something to change it and create hope for future immigrants.

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  • Alexia Salvatierra

    • Former Executive Director, Clergy and Laity United for Economic Justice (CLUE)

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    21. Welcoming the Stranger

    by Alexia Salvatierra

    22:13 — September 29, 2011

    Welcoming the Stranger

    As a part of the Perspectives in Latino Faith Series, Alexia Salvatierra teaches about illegal immigration and the gray areas that are ignored by government policy. Through the stories of many, sh...

  • 22. Voices from the Community

    by Pete Menjares

    31:36 — September 30, 2011

    Voices from the Community

    During National Hispanic Heritage month, Pete Menjares, along with a small panel, present stories from their own lives. Pete Menjares invites us to challenge our own perspectives on God's work thro...

  • Shaking Temples & Ruined Prophets: Isaiah's Sacred Space

    Using the story of Uzziah, Murray Decker explains how God meets us in our own messy, sacred place. He teaches the reality that, sometimes, a heavy heart is what we bring to sacred spaces with God.

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