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Join us for a conversation a conversation with Carlos Reyes-Rodriguez, founder of La Caminante, working youth who are part of Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, or DACA. He’s a Deacon and Coordinator of Hispanic-Latino Ministries for the Peninsula-Delaware Conference of the United Methodist Church

Episode Highlights Include:

  • His journey from a reforming journalist in Colombia to a deacon in the United States
  • Why the DREAMers are our prophets
  • The story of travelling with DREAMers as they toured churches in Georgia to talk about the migrant experience
  • Why Carlos hasn’t cut his hair in two years
  • Why lawbreaking is part of the Christian tradition

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3 Comments

  1. Pingback: [Bonus] Carlos Reyes-Rodriguez: How Anglo Communities Can Show Hospitality to the Migrant – Reports from the Spiritual Frontier

  2. Hi there,

    I was wondering if you were referring to Columbia University or D.C. ? Or the country Colombia (with an o)?

    Thank you,
    S.S.

    • It’s Colombia with a “O”, which, as I’m sure you noticed, I misspelled in our show notes (now corrected!) Thanks for picking up on this!

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