Dr. Kristy Nabhan-Warren discusses her new book Meatpacking America in part two of our two-part series. This book deals with the decline of rural (largely white) Catholic parishes consisting primarily of farmers and the influx of immigrants from Central and South America, Congo and Indonesia among other nationalities. The story chronicles Catholic priest's efforts to unite these communities as well as the conditions of new immigrants working in the meatpacking industry.
Art: Phil Nellis
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