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As Burundian children living in refugee camps in Tanzania, they hoped for a brighter future. Today, enrolled in college in the U.S., they serve other Burundians at home and abroad. […] Read More

It’s hard to comprehend why a mother would put her child in harm’s way by trying to cross the border. However, those of us who are white women must stop judging and confront our privilege. […] Read More

By EthicsDaily.com Staff – Millions of children coming to the U.S. from Central America are migrating to escape poverty and violence, a report says. Those who are caught often migrate again when returned home. […] Read More

Refugees who fled their homelands to escape civil war and persecution find help from Karen Morrow, a Cooperative Baptist Fellowship missionary in Texas, as they adjust to life in the U.S. […] Read More

Have U.S. Christians forgotten our historic commitment to taking the gospel to the whole world, especially when that world is coming to them? Many comfortable Christians find the cost too high. […] Read More

Many of us born in the United States are in a position of privilege. Perhaps it would be healthy for us to look through a locked gate from the wrong side – with neither privilege nor claim. […] Read More

Whether you protest or praise particular immigration policies, one truth is undebatable: both Muslims and Mexicans (and Latinos in general) face blatant discrimination in Trump’s America. […] Read More

Parents don’t entrust their children into the care of strangers, no matter how attractive the circumstances. So how did we as a nation decide it’s a good thing to take children away from their parents? […] Read More

Si bien la esperanza de una vida mejor lleva a muchas personas a migrar, otras se ven empujadas a migrar. Tienen que huir de la violencia y el abuso, ya que sus gobiernos no se preocupan por protegerles, o son incapaces de resolver sus propios problemas gubernamentales. […] Read More

While the hope for a better life draws many to migrate, others are pushed into migration. They must flee violence and abuse because their governments don’t care about them or aren’t capable of dealing with their own problems. […] Read More