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Perspectives on Immigration Reform

On May 12, 2011, President Barack Obama spoke at the National Hispanic Prayer Breakfast and called immigration reform a “moral imperative.” His perspective was echoed by the Rev. Luis Cortes Jr., president of Esperanza, a faith-based network of Hispanic churches and ministries, and Bishop Orlando Findlayter, chairman of Churches United to Save and Heal in Brooklyn, N.Y. The remarks of all three are intermixed in this video hosted on the Religion & Ethics NewsWeekly site.

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