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José Cabrera shares perspectives on his work as an immigration activist and his experience as a DACA recipient graduating from a Jesuit university.
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Faith in action means organizing to challenge those systems that keep people marginalized and excluded...building the "beloved community."
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Cristo Rey New York High School claims as spiritual founders the four churchwomen and Oscar Romero—a legacy that animates student work for justice—including through the Ignatian Family Teach-In for Justice.