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The Kino Border Initiative (KBI), a Jesuit co-sponsored, bi-national organization in Nogales, AZ and Nogales, Sonora, MX, is offering a weekly opportunity during the Biden administration’s first 100 days, to learn about migrants and migration policy, to accompany migrants in prayer, defend their rights, and to share their stories. These resources will focus on the following three key themes reflecting the most urgent needs of the migrants being served at Kino’s aid center:

Phase 1: Restore access to asylum by immediately re-initiating processing of asylum seekers and ending anti-asylum policies

Phase 2: Protect migrants’ rights and dignity by holding Customs and Border Protection agents and officers accountable for abuses

Phase 3: Promote family unity by providing a pathway to citizenship for undocumented individuals in the country and a pathway to return for people unjustly deported away from their children

Sign up here for Kino’s 100 Days Campaign. To learn more about KBI, a Canisius partner for service-immersion experiences and the Borders and Migrations Initiatives, go to the website here.

Submitted by: Sarah Signorino, director, Mission & Identity