Category Archives: Immigration

Tainted Beauty

We love our clothes. We love to look good, learn about trends; what colors complement our skin tones and seasons. There is nothing wrong with vanity and wanting to look beautiful. As long as we have a sense of vision, … Continue reading

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We Remain Faceless

Ever since I was a child, my mother told me to be accepting of all human qualities except cruelty and greed. I still follow her advice today. When I came across the New York Times article released on Monday about … Continue reading

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Do Undocumented Immigrants Have Rights?

As I was following some of the discussions around the immigration reform here in the US, I had the opportunity to attend a Forum on Migration and Peace at the New York Law School last June 20 and 21.  The … Continue reading

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A View of the Arizona/Mexico Border: Dark, Selfish and Paranoid

The following account of a 2010 visit to the border between Arizona and  Mexico with a group from the Sisters of Loretto was sent to us by Martha Crawley. Walking along a street in Tucson, I noticed a bumper sticker … Continue reading

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