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As nearly 90 alumni of Casa de la Solidaridad in El Salvador gathered to commemorate the program as it comes to an end, a deeply rooted community united to celebrate resurrection—dreaming, looking forward, and imagining continued work in the country.
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Jhony has never known a home outside of the United States. He has never traveled to El Salvador since fleeing in his early childhood. Essentially, he is an American. And now, he must leave.
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The Ignatian Solidarity Network strongly condemns the Trump administration’s decision to terminate Temporary Protected Status (TPS) for El Salvador in September 2019. TPS protects individuals and families who would otherwise be in harm’s way in their countries of origin, which are recovering from catastrophic events such as natural disaster, war, famine, or disease. As people of faith, we believe in the dignity of human life and denounce a decision to return people to conditions where their lives will be immediately put in danger.