Border Experience


Migration and US/Mexico Border Issues

You can engage in a border experience to increase your understanding of the complexity of the issues facing people on both sides of the US/Mexico Border. Through the experience, participants live in solidarity with the recent immigrants while working with local organizations that provide housing and assistance. The goal is to provide a hands-on experience and relationship-building across both cultural and physical borders. Immigration Court hearings, a border tour, and a dialogue  with Customs and Border Protection enable participants to reflect on global issues such as economics, poverty, and scarce food and water resources as they relate to our neighbors.

For more information, contact Liza Manjarrez by e-mail or call 512-448-8534. Read Frequently Asked Questions about Alternative Spring Break.

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