UUBorders leads experiential learning trips to the US-Mexico border area several times a year. These trips provide an opportunity to witness the effect of US Immigration policies from the other side of the border, to deepen your faith connection to issues and efforts around immigration justice, and to connect with individuals and communities directly impacted by our broken immigration system.
Participants will visit with several groups providing support to deportees, attend a bi-national worship service on the border, meet with community organizers in Tijuana, share in faith development around immigration, and learn what we can do as social justice makers and faith activists when we return home.
Join UUJMCA for this immersion filled with learning, service, reflection, good food, and fellowship. It is a great way to live into your UU values along with others who are working for an immigration policy rooted in collective liberation. Visit the Upcoming Trips page for more information and to register!