How can we show up in solidarity with migrants at the southern border who have fled gang violence and government brutality to endure traveling on foot for months, family separation, and further persecution?
Please join us on June 2 to hear how you can volunteer with Al Otro Lado, (AOL), a wonderful organization known as the "most loving place in Tijuana." Al Otro Lado, is mostly volunteer-run and provides asylum seekers with know-your-rights training, legal consultation, document support, meals and medical care.
Bay Area SURJ members who spent several days at the border will share their experiences working with asylum seekers. Volunteering is a great way for you to work against white supremacy and for human rights, and Spanish is not required.
This event is at a house that has a flight of stairs required for entry.