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An Ongoing Response to Haitian Refugees at the Border

In September, videos of CBP officers on horseback using reins like whips and charging at Haitian asylum-seekers to keep them from entering the United States shocked and appalled people around the world. We continue to be appalled that the wealthiest … Continue reading

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One week after the election that put an anti-immigrant demagogue into power, we at Annunciation House are searching for ways to move from grief and outrage toward action–or, perhaps more accurately, to channel our outrage into action. For us, the … Continue reading

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The Myth of the Border Crisis

Read this New York Times Editorial in which Veronica Escobar, the El Paso County Judge, tries to provide a counterpoint to the hysteria we’re hearing from politicians–Democrat and Republican–about immigration, enforcement, and the current refugee situation on our Southern Border.

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