Showdown in the Sonoran Desert: Religion, Law, and the Immigration Controversy
Ananda Rose, Ph.D., Journalist
Host: David Inge
Every day, people from Mexico risk their lives to enter the United States. Many become lost in the desert. A few Americans have taken steps to help these undocumented people who would otherwise die of exposure, but that puts them in direct conflict with their fellow citizens and with the U.S. government. Poet and journalist Ananda Rose traveled to the Southwest to talk with people on both sides of the issue, those motivated by compassion and those by law. She’ll tell us what she learned. It’s all in her book "Showdown in the Sonoran Desert."
This is a repeat broadcast from Wednesday, June 13, 2012, 11 am