A Moral Voice on the Immigration Debate

Religious leaders country wide are gearing up for immigration reform in the months ahead.  Locally, the Interfaith Center of NY is a founding member of the New York State Interfaith Network for Immigration Reform, and we are planning a Convocation for Immigration Reform, to be held at Riverside Church on February 18th at 11:30 a.m.  RSVP to vargasw@ajc.org or call 212 891-1443 for additional information.  A recent article in the Houston Chronicle, Immigration Reform is a Pressing Issue of Morality highlighted 300 religious leaders from diverse faiths who gathered to advocate for Reform.   Religious leaders have an important contribution to make in this debate, not only as spokespersons for their diverse communities, but also because they speak with credible moral authority.

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1 Response to “A Moral Voice on the Immigration Debate”


  1. 1 JUAN MARADIAGA March 12, 2010 at 2:54 am

    DEAR:

    I HAS BEEN WORKING WITH IMMIGRATION PROPOSALS FOR A FEW YEARS;
    AND I WILL LIKE TO PARTICIPATE IN ANY DEBATE REGARDING IMMIGRATION…LOOKING FOR SPONSORS FOR A NEW PROPOSAL…

    SINCERELY;

    JUAN….


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