As the world continues to watch the horrifying treatment of refugees, asylum-seekers and immigrants at our southern border, the administration shows no signs of backing down. While the “family-values” Religious Right makes excuses for and tries to justify the teargassing of toddlers, faith leaders and congregations with a more progressive, inclusive theology are coming together to stand with those who have been most harmed by this dehumanizing exercise of government power. The Rev. Jennifer Butler, founding executive director of Faith in Public Life, will speak to Welton this week about her organization’s role as a leader in the effort to extend protections and dignity to immigrants and asylum-seekers.
Hear the full December 1, 2018 State of Belief Radio program here.