Monthly Archives: October 2019

Delegate reflection

PRISCILLA LUERA  (October Delegation, 2016) “We just got back from our 62nd delegation to Piedras Negras and Ciudad Acuña in Mexico! I would like to personally thank you for making this life-changing experience possible. It was an amazing trip where … Continue reading

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Delegate reflection, Cristina Gonzalez

FALL 2016 Women on the Border provided scholarships to two persons so that they could cross the border on a delegation produced by our allies in Austin Tan Cerca de la Frontera in collaboration with the activists workers of Comité … Continue reading

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Delegate reflection, L. Almanza

S P R I N G 2017 May Delegation Reflection Essay “Delegation to Piedras Negras and Ciudad Acuña: NAFTA and maquiladora workers” by Lissette Almanza I left Austin on May 26, 2017, with empty hands (manos vacias) to go on … Continue reading

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(Second) Request for ICE to Return Book

We only discussed Gabriel García Marquez
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SANCTUARY

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WOMEN AND FAIR TRADE FESTIVAL (2019)

Why Buy Fair Trade? Fair Trade is a global movement that puts people and planet first by ensuring fair practices and living wages for workers, producers and sellers of all consumer goods.   For women in the global economy, fair trade assures … Continue reading

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