Churches as Migrant Sanctuaries Then and Now In the mid-1980s, Southside Presbyterian Church in Tucson gave refuge to Central Americans feeling civil war. 30 years later, the same church sparked the rebirth of church sanctuaries nationwide.
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Churches as Migrant Sanctuaries Then and Now

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Churches as Migrant Sanctuaries Then and Now

Churches as Migrant Sanctuaries Then and Now

Churches as Migrant Sanctuaries Then and Now

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In the mid-1980s, Southside Presbyterian Church in Tucson gave refuge to Central Americans feeling civil war. 30 years later, the same church sparked the rebirth of church sanctuaries nationwide.