Beyond Borders: Reflections on the Resistance & Resilience Among Immigrant Youth and Families
An Ignatian Educator’s Response to Supporting Immigrants and Refugees
Our broken immigration system is much more than just a daily headline in the news. It has contributed to injustices that intimately affect people worldwide. From family separation at the U.S. southern border, to the detention and deportation of loved ones, to the widespread challenges that undocumented communities face, immigrants and refugees have repeatedly responded with resilience and resistance.
In this volume, the Joan and Ralph Lane Center for Catholic Social Thought and the Ignatian Tradition at the University of San Francisco has compiled essays from educators across the Jesuit network offering testimonies, best practices, and methods on how we ought to respond to the realities of global migration with courage, compassion, and coaction.
University of San Francisco
immigrant children, humanitarian assistance, Mexican-American border region, emigration, immigration, government policy
Bravo, Flavio and Brigham, Erin, "Beyond Borders: Reflections on the Resistance & Resilience Among Immigrant Youth and Families" (2019). 2019 USF Faculty and Staff Books. 16.