Healing the Wound

July 2013
Tikkun;Summer2013, Vol. 28 Issue 3, p31
The author reflects on immigration policies in the U.S. based on her personal experience. She shares her immigrant family's experience of regularly crossing the U.S.-Mexico border. She offers her vision of a borderless continent where people can move freely. She expresses support for immigration reform in the U.S. to eliminate the violence arising from border restrictions and alleviate fear among immigrants.


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