• June 20, 2021

Tags : Hope Border Institute

Border Refugee Assistance Fund continues to meet needs of Migrants

On Wednesday, officials with the Hope Border Institute announced grants made to support the humanitarian needs of migrants arriving to Ciudad Juárez through the Border Refugee Assistance Fund, a partnership between Most Rev. Mark J. Seitz, Bishop of the Diocese of El Paso and the Hope Border Institute. “This moment of immigrant arrivals to the […]Read More

Hope Border Institute joins faith groups call for presidents to

Tuesday morning, officials with El Paso’s own Hope Border Institute joined with a network of 340 faith-based, indigenous, and grassroots organizations and religious leaders from Central America, Mexico, and the U.S. in releasing a statement in response to the Honduras refugee crisis. The network, known as ‘The Root Causes Initiative,’ is a new regional network […]Read More

Diocese of El Paso, HOPE Border Institute release 2020 Voter’s

As early voting got underway Tuesday across the region, the Hope Border Institute and Bishop Mark J. Seitz of the Diocese of El Paso announced the launch of the Borderlands Voting Guide 2020. “As we begin early voting,” said Bishop Mark J. Seitz, “I’m proud to collaborate with the Hope Border Institute in offering this […]Read More

Hope Border Institute, Faith in Action call for Migrant and

WASHINGTON – In a statement released Wednesday to elected leaders, Faith in Action and the Hope Border Institute have partnered with grassroots and religious organizations in Mexico and Central America to demand urgent protections for migrants across the region during the Covid-19 pandemic. Faith in Action is the nation’s largest grassroots faith-based organizing network and […]Read More

Hope Border Institute Announces Teach-In 2019: Jornada por la Justicia

In the wake of the deadly August 3rd Walmart shooting, Hope Border Institute will host a three-day TeachIn in October. The Teach In – Jornada por la Justicia – will run from October 11-13 and organizers will convene Latinx faith leaders and allies “dedicated to deepening the borderland community’s knowledge of social justice and taking […]Read More

Info: 40+ Groups to Hold ‘March for Truth’ in Response

On Monday February 11, El Pasoans –  led by Border Network for Human Rights, Women’s March El Paso, former Congressman Beto O’Rourke – and in partnership with more than 45 other community partners, will take to the streets in the March for Truth. Organizers share that the main reason for the march is to “stop […]Read More

More Migrants Dropped Off in Downtown Monday Afternoon; 200+ More

According to Herald Post Reporter Andra Litton, shortly after 2 p.m. Monday Afternoon, Immigration and Customs Enforcement dropped off an unknown number of migrants at the Downtown El Paso Greyhound Bus Station. Officials with Annunciation House had expected another 200 migrants tonight, however the group dropped off at the bus station was not included in […]Read More

Story in Many Pics: Groups March to International Bridge to

On Saturday morning, several organizations including the Border Network for Human Rights, Women’s March El Paso, Las Americas, DMRS, Mexicanos en Exilio, and Borderland Immigration Council, Hope Border Institute marched to raise awareness against the Trump’s administration’s zero-tolerance policy and the practice of separating children from their parents and the criminalization of asylum seekers. The […]Read More