“The Inn Project”

The Raul Yzaguirre Lecture Series is hosted by the ASU Center for Latinas/Latinos and American Politics Research Center (CLAP). Their next lecture is on “The Inn Project,” a short term hospitality ministry that hosts families seeking asylum in route to their sponsors around the United States. Joining me to talk about this presentation is John Garcia, Professor Emeritus for the University of Arizona and University of Michigan.

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