Gaming the Curriculum

Like a lot of people, my away-from-home workdays are bookended by an automobile commute. While wasting nonrenewable resources, heating up the atmosphere, and boosting the power of the Saudi monarchy, I also get what is often my only chance to catch up on the news of the day, via National Public Radio.

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Sojourners Magazine September/October 2010
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The Injustice of an 800 Mile Wall

I was born in Tijuana, Mexico, and grew up in San Diego, California, only a few hundred yards from the actual borderline. As a kid, there were always border patrols around but I never felt like my birthplace offered any threat. A few years ago, though, I noticed a massive escalation of security infrastructure along the U.S.-Mexico border. I couldn't figure out what had changed.