Recovering the Human Face of Immigration in the U.S. South Support Materials Released

The Center for Latin American Studies at the University of Florida, Jesuit Social Research Institute (JSRI), and Program for Immigration Religion & Social Change came together to produce Recovering the Human Face of Immigration in the U.S. South in October of 2016. The effort was made possible by a grant from the Carnegie Foundation and with religious leaders throughout the country giving insight into inclusive immigrant practices (namely, Ann Cass Williams; PJ Edwards; Michael Mata; Alexia Salvatierra; Msgr. Dan Stack). Today, JSRI released the supporting documents to host a presentation in your own community. 

Recovering the Human Face of Immigration PowerPoint

Recovering the Human Face of Immigration Script for PowerPoint