Livestream: The Church in America

Join us for a conversation on immigration, education and incarceration, with a special emphasis on how these topics effect Hispanic Catholics in the United States.

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Livestream begins at 6:30 p.m.

Panelists include:

  • Zachariah Presutti, S.J., Exec. Director of THRIVE for Life Prison Ministry
  • Jill Kafka, Executive Director of Partnership Schools
  • Kevin Appleby, Senior Director of International Migration Policy, Center for Migration Studies
  • Laura Garcia, Racial Justice Program Manager of the YWCA

Moderated by J. D. Long-Garcia, Senior Editor of America magazine.

Tweet your questions for the panelists: @americamag.

 

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