The Unstoppable Spirit: Faith Communities on the Border Continue to Respond to Migrant Needs, No Matter What
On Christmas Eve 2018, hundreds of migrants: men, women and children, who had fled violence, oppression, and hunger in their home countries were released on
Sometimes, I don’t even feel qualified enough to talk about Black experiences. I am reminded every day that I have privilege—not only because of my
Taking Flight: How an Abara Border Encounter Inspired Generosity in the Form of Airline Tickets for Asylum Seekers
I’ve had the opportunity to fly African asylum seekers who experienced torture because of their religious beliefs or sexual orientation. I’ve flown Central American asylum seekers as they have attended their court hearings. As I’ve played a role in connecting asylum seekers with their host families, it has been one of my favorite things, one of God’s sweetest gifts to me.