Tag Archives: Unaccompanied Minors

From the Bus Station

“The United States is wonderful” said one woman after I helped get her oriented to what buses she would take from Tucson to Florida, gave food and snacks to her and her 8 and 9 year old sons, and helped … Continue reading

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Desde la central camionera

“Los Estados Unidos es una maravilla” me dijo una señora después de que había apoyado a ella y sus hijos con información sobre los camiones desde Arizona a Florida, comida caliente y botanas para el viaje y suéteres y una … Continue reading

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Beyond the Sound Bites: Unaccompanied Minors on the US/Mexico Border

In my week back in Colorado, every time that I mention I am moving to Arizona to work with migrant rights, individuals of many life experiences and political beliefs say, “Wow – you have your work cut out for you … Continue reading

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