January 5, 2015
Janet Murguia, president and CEO of the National Council of La Raza, made some powerful observations about the immigration debate during a recent appearance on C-SPAN. She was interviewed by Brian Lamb, the network's founder and former CEO.
The Kansas-born Murguia spoke warmly about her family background, especially the teachings of her parents, who came to the United States from Mexico in the 1950s and raised six children. Two of her siblings are now federal judges, while a third is an attorney who sits on the board of trustees of the W.H. Kellogg Foundation. "They taught us the importance of family, of faith, of community, hard work, sacrifice, honesty, integrity," she said.
On the volatile issue of race in the immigration debate, Murguia said: Read more...