Former presidents typically try not to wade into politics — and former President George W. Bush has made a point of sticking to that unspoken rule.
In office, he pushed for immigration reform. But he hasn't discussed the matter in a significant way since he left office — until now.
He's doing it in a new book of portraits called Out of Many, One. It features the stories of 43 immigrants — athletes and public servants, business leaders, educators.
In a conversation with NPR, former President Bush talks about his art and immigration.