Jesuit Father Ted Arroyo Discusses Alabama’s Anti-Immigration Law in This Month’s NJN Podcast

In this month’s NJN podcast, we spoke to Jesuit Father Ted Arroyo from his office in Mobile about the immigration law recently put into place in Alabama that is considered one of the strictest in the U.S.

Fr. Arroyo currently serves as the Alabama Associate for the Jesuit Social Research Institute. Based out of New Orleans, the Jesuit Social Research Institute, JSRI, works throughout the Gulf South doing research, analysis, education, and advocacy on the issues of poverty, race, and migration.

You can listen to our podcast with Arroyo via the player below. You can also read his testimony in front of the Alabama’s state legislature by visiting the JSRI site here.

3 Responses to “Jesuit Father Ted Arroyo Discusses Alabama’s Anti-Immigration Law in This Month’s NJN Podcast”

  • Edmundo Rodriguez, S. J.:

    Ted:

    I listened to your podcast on Alabama’s immigration laws. You did an excellent job explaining their consequences.

    Keep up the good work.

    EERSJ

  • Edmundo Rodriguez, S. J.:

    listened to your podcast on Alabama’s immigration laws. You did an excellent job explaining their consequences.

  • Edmundo Rodriguez, S. J.:

    I listened to your podcast on Alabama’s immigration laws. You did an very good job explaining their consequences.