The political stalemate over the United States’ clearly broken and nonsensical immigration policy in Washington, D.C., has trapped a Tucson family inside the welcoming walls of a south-side church where they have taken sanctuary from a federal deportation order.
A family’s home should be a sanctuary, a place where the troubles of the day are left at the door and we find shelter in the comfort and love of our family. But for too many in our community, the sanctity of the home has been violated by our broken immigration system, which is tearing famili…
Daniel Neyoy Ruiz might not be fleeing the wars in Central America that led many to the doors of Southside Presbyterian Church more than 30 years ago — but to his family, the situation is no less desperate.
En un santuario de la Southside Presbyterian Church, un lugar que ha fungido por años como el centro de las causas progresivas y los derechos de los inmigrantes en Tucsón, un visitante con canas se paraba solemnemente frente al micrófono en el podio.