Central Americans In Exodus
Since October of last year, large caravans of mostly young people and families from Honduras, Guatemala and El Salvador have moved through Mexico . This “exodus” of people fleeing the violence and poverty that plagues their home countries —requires us to reach across borders.
Sister Magda is the founder and Director of the CAFEMIN shelter for women and children in Mexico City and Coordinator of a national network of shelters in Mexico She has played a key role in mobilizing humanitarian attention for the thousands of Central Americans who have moved through Mexico in recent months, seeking refuge in the United States.
April 4, 2019
5:30pm – 7:00pm
Loyola University Chicago
Water Tower Campus
Corboy Law Center
Pizza and Refreshments will be provided
Please, join us in Chicago for a meeting in the CRLN – Chicago Religious Leadership Network on Latin America.
Wednesday, April 3. 4-6pm
4750 North Sheridan Road, first floor.
Chicago, Illinois 60640
April 912:30 Lunch in Romeo Michigan
3:30 Holy Trinity Port Huron
6:45 Gesu Parish in DetroitApril 9
9:30 Mexicanas en Michigan (Ferndale)
12:00 Steering Committee Strangers No Longer
CARECEN- WASHINGTON DC
Monday, April 8
5:30 a 7pm
Dialogo informal. Tendremos light refreshments
1460 Columbia Road NW, Suite C-1,
Washington, DC 20009
cerca de la estación del Metro de Columbia Heights.