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A Wheeling Jesuit University professor is at the center of a program initially designed as a volunteer effort to educate refugees from Africa and the Middle East so they could make a difference and bring hope to their communities.
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Immigration Policy Update - Mary Small, Jesuit Refugee Service/USA
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Now that the government shutdown has ended serious debate on comprehensive immigration reform can begin in the U.S. House of Representatives. Shaina Aber (Policy Director, U.S. Jesuit Conference Social & International Ministries) and Mary Small (Assistant Director for Policy, Jesuit Refugee Service USA) offer an overview of current legislation and specific analysis of five house bills being proposed.