Category Archives: Migración
A Visit from the Caravan of Central American Mothers Every year at this time, I write about the arrival of the Caravan of Central American Mothers and their powerful and affecting work of searching for their missing children who have disappeared on Mexico’s migrant trail. This year, I thought to myself, “Maybe the Casa community
October is already over? It’s been awhile since we’ve sent out a Lo Que Pasa, but not because of lack of news and activities! This summer brought a full house of long-term guests and friends, 10 amazing weeks with our four Haverford College summer interns, visits and outreach to Quaker meetings and activities in the
“I just need a place where I can live in peace,” exclaimed a Casa Solidarity Lodging guest, reflecting on his long journey to find refuge. Over these past few months, the world has turned its attention to the exodus of millions of people escaping from Syria’s brutal civil war. Here in Mexico, we are facing
Feliz cumpleaños to the Casa’s free, daily Spanish classes for migrants and refugees! Last month we celebrated this big moment – and the accomplishments of so many successful students – with a party. Together with Sin Fronteras staff, Casa guests, volunteers, community members, and alums we ate, danced, celebrated and, of course, broke the piñata.