At 2 years old, Helen was brought to the United States from Mexico as her family struggled to provide food for the table and hope for a better life. They were poor urban workers in Mexico, where there was a long line for day labor but no line for legal immigration to the United States. Like many people, Helen’s parents began a dangerous journey north, seeking a better life for their children.
Archive for Category: "Faith and Justice"
January is an interesting month as we transition from considerable darkness into the light.
Whoever is in the driver’s seat needs to be able to work with the other people on the bus
Done right, constructing the Vikings’ new home could reduce the racial gap in employment that is growing in Minnesota
Talk of stadium shouldn’t mean legislators fumble the ball on housing
In 2010 more than 300,000 children received free and reduced-price lunch