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Articles about "immigration"
Shelters and refugees
- Danièle Bélanger
- Dolores Paris
- Eduardo Domenech
- moderator Rafael Alonso Hernandez Lopez
The crises that we are seeing in the Mediterranean, on the northern and southern border of Mexico or in South America, derived from the massive mobilizations of people fleeing their countries, force us to reflect on the role that the States in the face of the arrival and / or transit of displaced persons and refugees, in the face of what appears to be a regressive global policy, based on the externalization of borders, restriction and selectivity.
Religion and immigration: The Lord of Miracles in Rome
- Veronica Roldan
The present documentary is about the devotion to the Crucified Christ, called the Lord of Miracles by the Peruvian community residing in Italy. The history of such veneration dates back to 1651 on the outskirts of the City of Kings, as Lima was called during the Viceroyalty of Peru. Today that image of Jesus Christ, originally painted by an Angolan slave, is venerated during the month of October in Peru and in all countries where there is a community of Peruvian immigrants that form the Brotherhood of the Lord of Miracles. [.. .]