Opinion: Faith communities of all kinds are burning over the immigration crackdown
To the editor: The article says “Latinos in L.A. protest the detention of Noe Carias, who entered U.S. illegally as a teen.” In fact, there were also non-Latino Christians and Jews like myself who came on short notice to demonstrate solidarity.
The fear may be sharpest in the Latino community, but outrage burns in faith communities of every nationality at families being torn apart for no substantive reason.
Robyn Samuels, Tarzana
To the editor: Another in what is almost a daily barrage of “cry me a river” stories of an illegal alien being detained for deportation.
How about some stories about those who have been harmed by illegal aliens?
Don Rosenberg, Westlake Village
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