The Kino Border Initiative 2015 Annual Report will soon be out, and Kino Teens are making their influence felt in an upcoming youth leadership conference and an article on a summit earlier this year.
- KBI Annual Report: This coming month, the KBI will release its 2015 Annual Report, an overview of the reality at the border and the notable events and activities of the past year. Please look for the report in your mailbox soon, or email us to request a copy at firstname.lastname@example.org. Thanks to all our donors, volunteers and partner organizations who help the KBI respond to the crisis at the border with both urgency and compassion.
- Kino Teens Leadership Days: Later this month, from June 26–29, the Kino Teens will sponsor a border gathering of high school students from around the country. The participants will meet to discuss border issues, and ways to support immigration reform and advocate in their communities on behalf of migrants. For many of the young people, this experience provides inspiration for putting their faith into action and shows them what they can accomplish with conviction, conscience, and a little help from their friends.
- Walking in Mercy Youth Summit: The Carmelite Review published an article about February’s Walking in Mercy Youth Summit, a day-long meeting of students from four southern Arizona high schools held in Tucson. Read about it here: http://online.fliphtml5.com/omno/fqlj/#p=26.