Why Immigration Reform Still Matters

Immigration reform has been scrutinized even more closely since the Boston bombings, since the two suspects had immigrated to the United States. But leaving immigration alone would be a cop out, says Cyrus McGoldrick, director of Development and Outreach for the National Coalition to Protect Civil Freedoms. “We could do more as Americans to include,” McGoldrick said. “We need to be very careful how we treat each other and want for each other what we want for ourselves.” Odyssey Networks in a non-profit media organization dedicated to building bridges of understanding between people of faith. Visit OdysseyNetworks.org support our work and learn more.

Immigration reform has been scrutinized even more closely since the Boston bombings, since the two suspects had immigrated to the United States. But leaving immigration alone would be a cop out, says Cyrus McGoldrick, director of Development and Outreach for the National Coalition to Protect Civil Freedoms. “We could do more as Americans to include,” McGoldrick said. “We need to be very careful how we treat each other and want for each other what we want for ourselves.” Odyssey Networks in a non-profit media organization dedicated to building bridges of understanding between people of faith. Visit OdysseyNetworks.org support our work and learn more.

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