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Essay

The Conservative Tradition of Welcoming Refugees

Nearly three decades after my family came to the United States, refugees today anxiously hold their breath because what seemed certain to us—that we would be welcomed in our new home—is no longer so obvious.

By Gene Zubovich

Essay

The Sanctuary Movement, Then and Now

During the 1980s, the Sanctuary Movement offered protection to undocumented refugees fleeing Central American wars. Today we are once again witnessing people fleeing violence in Central America and the Middle East and elsewhere in the world.

By Judith McDaniel

Essay

The Revival of the Old Religious Right

The obituary of the old-guard Religious Right has been written many times over. But then Donald Trump won, and overwhelming numbers of white Christians helped carry him to victory.

By Tiffany Stanley