Let the Children Come unto Me

What has happened to our compassion? In this moment of monumental crisis, with thousands of Central American children at our border, we as a nation are called to reflect on our values. Aren’t we capable of dealing with a crisis in a compassionate manner while planning for a better future for our nation and theirs? Continue reading

SEAHEC Presents: A Common Sense Approach to Comprehensive Immigration Policy Reform

SEAHEC Executive Director Gail Emrick

SEAHEC presents:  “A Common Sense Approach to Comprehensive Immigration Policy Reform”

SEAHEC’s Executive Director, Gail Emrick, was born and raised in Arizona  and has spent most of her professional life in Central America and the US Mexico border region working on issues of social justice, including food security and health.  Upon her recent return to the US, she is frustrated by the shallow dialogue on immigration, which focuses primarily on border security and the wall.  So, when an opportunity from the UN World Food Program arose – an invitation to

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