Reflections

the storm

The Storm

MARINA GOTTLIEB SARLES Waiting for a hurricane like Dorian—a Category 5 with winds gusting over 200 mph accompanied by a sea surge of some 22 ft—was, in and of itself, an anticipatory trauma. Stress levels erupted as my husband, Jamie and I thought about the future and the losses the storm might bring. Preparations and …

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When Bigotry Goes Unanswered Human Rights Abuse Becomes The Answer

MARGEURITE MAINS There is ongoing human rights crisis at Border. The history of the Borderlands is long and complex. Currently, the southern border of the US has been militarized and the seekers and migrants have been demonized. They have been criminalized, traumatized, and dehumanized.   Peoples are fleeing government corruption, drug cartels, violence and poverty. …

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Donating to Support Children & Families at the Southern Border

Published 8/5/19 Dear CIL Friends, Published 8/5/19 Here is a listing of groups to donate to to support the efforts so much needed for hope to the children and families at the southern border: Published 8/5/19 • American Gateways provides legal services and representation to detained parents. It’s seeking volunteers to represent low-income individuals and …

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