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A Mysticism of Open Eyes in the Work of Immigration Justice
ISN's new migration coordinator for youth engagement, Jorge Palacios, Jr., reflects on the work of migration justice in context of the Ignatian tradition.
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A Voice from the Border: Zaida
Zaida spoke at the Kino Border Initiative on April 12, 2022, about the challenges of remaining at the U.S.-Mexico border awaiting an opportunity to request asylum in light of Title 42—the policy being used during the pandemic to deny migrants the right to seek asylum.
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Bringing the Voices of Asylum Seekers From Nogales to Washington, D.C.
A student at Brophy College Preparatory speaks about his experience standing with asylum seekers in Nogales, Mexico, and then being a part of bringing their voices to Washington, D.C., during the Ignatian Family Teach-In for Justice.