As the topic of immigration continues to further divide us and we are bombarded with statistics from experts that pretend to offer us quantifiable date on whether undocumented immigrants are either good or bad for this nation, NPR delivers us the story of Alfredo Quinones-Hinojosa, a former illegal immigrant and now a neurosurgeon at John Hopkins University.
"Twenty years ago, he hopped a border fence from Mexico into the United States and became a migrant farmworker.
Today, he is a neurosurgeon and professor at Johns Hopkins University, and a researcher who is looking for a breakthrough in the treatment of brain cancer."
Listen to the news story and read the full story. They say truth is stranger than fiction and Dr. Quinones-Hinojosa's story reads much like a movie script.
Thanks to Loteria Chicana for providing the link.