Well, it’s a different kind of show today.
John continues the ongoing “backgrounder” of relations between the U.S. and Latin America by examining the competing philosophies striving for dominance in the entire illegal immigration issue.
Then we pursue the grinding poverty in Latin America driving illegal immigration by featuring a coffee house chat with musician Buck Storm (www.buckstorm.com), who had an unusual experience in Honduras and wrote an impassioned song about it.
Finally, the Black community in the U.S. is slowly awakening to the fact that illegal immigration represents a major challenge for them, because the Hispanic community has a totally different concept of work, education, and race relations. Pastor Rev. Steven Craft (www.christiancitizenshipministries.com) from Harlem in New York City joins us with a warning that the black community needs to get up and get moving or get left behind.
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