Home / Tag Archives: immigration (page 4)

Tag Archives: immigration

Acceptance of Minority Groups in Spokane

Further still, there is even a distrust—even blatant intimidation of minority populations in Spokane. While these incidents may all be disconnected, I can’t help but think that we all need to have a serious talk in Spokane about our town. We can all admit that this isn’t who we are. How do we break this cycle of insulation from the other, and embrace pluralism?

Read More »

Evangelicals a mixed bag on Obama’s immigration move

While Republican leaders blast President Obama for taking executive action on immigration reform, some prominent evangelical leaders are welcoming the president’s plans to keep about 5 million undocumented immigrants from being deported.

Read More »

In Oval Office, evangelicals press for immigration reform

Speaker of the House John Boehner signaled Wednesday (Oct. 13) that there would be no immigration reform this year, an announcement made the same day that some of the nation’s most prominent evangelical pastors met with President Barack Obama to try to advance the issue.

Read More »