Here’s a video from JRS/USA explaining the root causes of the current flow of refugees from Central America. on Vimeo Direct link is https://vimeo.com/102135765 on YouTube Direct link is https://youtu.be/v_sa0-6uEiU …Read More
Support KBI by shopping at Amazon.com!
Through this link, http://smile.amazon.com/ch/26-3623357 people can shop at Amazon and 0.5% of their pruchase will be donated to the Kino Border Initiative. …Read More
Analysis emphasizing the need to preserve the due process protections of children fleeing Honduras, Guatemala, and El Salvador.
Please find attached a letter Tom Smolich [President Jesuit Conference USA] wrote to Speaker Boehner (and delivered via carbon copying the 40+ Alumni of Jesuit institutions serving in Congress) outlining the analysis of our Central American Jesuit partners and emphasizing the need to preserve the due process protections of children fleeing Honduras, Guatemala, and El Salvador. http://jesuits.org/Assets/Publications/File/Smolich%20Boehner%20final%20level.pdf Please feel free to …Read More
Recent Immigration News and the KBI
By: Roxane Ramos Bishops on a Mission for Migrants Following their April visit to the Arizona–Mexico border, members of the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops’ Committee on Migration took to the road once more to draw attention to immigration issues and the struggles facing undocumented migrants. This time the destination was Capitol Hill. On May 29, six bishops celebrated Mass at St. Peter’s Catholic Church in Washington, D.C. In his homily, Archbishop Thomas G. Wenski of Miami called …Read More
Up Close: The People of the KBI
KBI Supporters By: Roxane Ramos This month, we profile the people who have kept the Kino Border Initiative active since its inception in 2009 and who have infused the national debate about immigration reform with compassion and thoughtful consideration—you, the supporters of the KBI. At the borderlands and throughout the country, your actions, prayers and donations—in direct and indirect ways—move us closer to instituting a humane immigration policy that allows families to be together, …Read More
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