My friend and colleague Amanda Craft provides some links to information about a recent Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) travel study seminar that explored issues related to immigration in the U.S., Mexico, Guatemala, and El Salvador.
A few more articles have been posted by the Presbyterian News Service about the travel study seminar focused on immigration – Voices from the Border and Beyond. The two articles talk more deeply about the border between Mexico and Guatemala and the group’s time in Guatemala and El Salvador. You can view them by clicking the titles below:
1. Two women, two borders, one cause: In witnessing the plight of thousands of Central American migrants seeking hope along dangerous paths, two women offer a temporary home for the homeless. Written by Paul Seebach and posted on Feb. 2, 2015.
2. Dreams and dangers: For many migrants, the lure of a better life means risking countless perils. Written by Paul Seebach and posted on Feb. 4, 2015.
I also wanted to draw your attention to another article on Presbyterian News Service. This one highlights the work at one of the Presbyterian Border Region…
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