Our latest ISN Podcast looks at Crossing Borders for Justice, a new delegation designed to explore the reality of migrants who journey from El Salvador to the United States. Taking place from June 26 – July 6, 2016, the joint effort between CRISPAZ (Christians for Peace in El Salvador) and Kino Border Initiative (KBI) will include six days of visiting with advocacy groups and community members in El Salvador, followed by a four-day visit to the U.S.-Mexico border to explore the migrant experience there.

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Joanna Williams of Kino Border Initiative

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Francisco Mena of CRISPAZ

Joining ISN executive director Christopher Kerr in conversation were Francisco Mena, director of CRISPAZ, and Joanna Williams, Director of Education and Advocacy at KBI. They discussed the historical and current social realities that gave birth to this new delegation, as well as the work of their respective organizations in accompanying migrants.

Download this flyer to learn more about the delegation.

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    Jorge McMillan says:

    I love listening to podcasts like this that discuss various things going on in the world. They are very informational and give good insights to how things should be done. I’ll have to listen to this one when I get home from work and see what is being said about Justice Delegation.

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  1. […] From the Ignatian Solidarity Network (2/24/16), a podcast about the border and social justice, featuring KBI Director of Education and Advocacy Joanna Williams: https://ignatiansolidarity.net/blog/2016/02/24/podcast-the-first-crossing-borders-for-justice-delegat…. […]

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