By Karen Gonzalez. Asks how can people with good intentions, can welcome immigrants with hospitality and solidarity that empowers them rather than pushing them to the fringes of white-dominant culture and keeping them as outsiders. Examines why the traditional approach to immigration ministries and activism is at best incomplete and at worst harmful. By advocating for putting immigrants in the center of the conversation, helps readers grow in discipleship and recognize themselves in their immigrant neighbors. Inspires people to take action to dismantle white supremacy and xenophobia in the church and emerge with new insights into our shared humanity and need for belonging and liberation. Read more.