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  • The author speaks

    I got a response from Mr. Urrea this week answering the questions some of us had about his book, The Devil's Highway . I'll post his response here. The questions I asked him in my email were: Why did you write the book? And, are you in touch with any of the survivors? Here is his response: "...
    Posted to Round Rock Reads! (Weblog) by Sarah Samson on 09-07-2007
  • One side of the story

    The Dustin Inman Society was featured on NPR this week. This grassroots group advocates securing America's borders and enforcing deportation "in such a way that creates an inhospitable climate so that illegal immigrants will leave, and employers won't hire them," said president of the...
    Posted to Round Rock Reads! (Weblog) by Sarah Samson on 07-06-2007
  • Legal Ease?: Breaking the Ice

    I heard on the news today that in a recent poll, most Americans didn't understand the terms of the Immigration Bill that went before Congress last week. That makes sense to me--so many of us have opinions about immigration, but few of us take the time to really learn and understand the issue in all...
    Posted to Round Rock Reads! (Weblog) by Sarah Samson on 07-05-2007
  • Beginning our Journey

    Since I finished reading the book, I realize I really don't know a lot about the issue of immigration. This weekend, I set out to educate myself. For this post, I'll start with listing some good websites, links and facts about immigration. For my next post, I'll get into some resources and...
    Posted to Round Rock Reads! (Weblog) by Sarah Samson on 06-23-2007
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