M. Daniel Carroll R.: Immigration and Other Matters
Sep 15, 2009 by M. Daniel Carroll R. | 2 Comments
Discussions on immigration should begin with looking at those who come as people, as individuals who have left family, home, nation, and culture to try to start a new life in a different, and often strange, place. This moving to a new place is common in the United States. Individuals and families ... [More]
Sep 09, 2009 by M. Daniel Carroll R. | 3 Comments
When we engage people on important and potentially hot topics, one of the key things is to try to establish a proper starting point. Where do we begin the discussion, so that there truly is a give-and-take, a conversation, and not a monologue or one-directional lecture?
I would like to suggest ... [More]
Sep 02, 2009 by M. Daniel Carroll R. | 13 Comments
Immigration. It’s a word that generates all kinds of emotions—pity, anger, confusion. It also raises an assortment of questions. How did we get to the point where we are today? How many undocumented immigrants are in the country today? What is the difference between immigrants and ... [More]