DACA, College, and Activism: A Conversation with a Xavier University Graduate

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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Ahead of Presidential Debate, Catholic Leaders Urge Candidates to Address Economic Inequality & Climate Change

As presidential candidates take the stage for the first debate in Cleveland on Thursday, Catholic leaders joined other prominent Christians in challenging all contenders for the White House to tackle inequality and climate change.

170+ Advocacy Organizations Say “No” to Federal Prosecution of Asylum Seekers and Migrants

WASHINGTON, D.C. - Over 170 civil rights, human rights, and faith-based organizations expressed their concern with the ongoing criminal prosecution by U.S. Attorneys of asylum seekers and migrants in a letter to Attorney General Loretta Lynch today.