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Episode 17: Immigration in America

In the Company of Linda Rivas

April 9, 2019

In this episode, Sister Meggie Flores is in the company of Linda Rivas from Las Americas in El Paso. Together, they discuss immigration at our southern border as a human issue and from their firsthand experience working with this migrants. In the Vincentian Pulse, Sister Salvatrice Murphy reflects on xenophobia, how to overcome it, and the importance of welcoming the stranger.

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