When Some Say "No" : Advocating for Immigration Reform Amid New Challenges

Governors and members of Congress are saying they will not accept Syrian refugees into their States, Speaker of the House Representative Paul Ryan has declared immigration reform dead, and a Federal District Court ruled against the Obama administration in a case that could limit their ability to expand deferred action programs to additional undocumented individuals. What does all this mean for advocates calling for human migration policies?
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Unaccompanied Children from Central America: Circumstances Today and A Direction Forward for the U.S.

During the summer of 2014 the U.S. experienced an influx of unaccompanied children as well as other family members family members who came to the US-Mexico border from Central America, mainly from El Salvador, Guatemala, and Honduras.

PODCAST: Jesuit Universities Continue to Respond to Issues of Race

ISN welcomes administrators from three Jesuit universities to offer perspectives on how their campuses responded to the tragedies and how they are continuing to work with campus community members to respond moving forward.