Justice in January: A Jesuit Experience
Gonzaga senior Analee Scott reflects on Jesuit encounters at the border
Justice in January: Perceptions of Border Patrol
In visits with Border Patrol at two Mexico-U.S. ports of entry, students learned about the complexities of this work.
Justice in January: Water, Not Politics
Thousands of immigrants die of exposure to the elements. Water stations help save lives.
Justice in January: A Person Cannot Be "Illegal"
Operation Streamline exposes students to controversial systems of justice for immigrants
Justice in January: Humans of Tijuana
Deported veterans. Families in crisis. Collaborations between agencies. These are things students experienced in Tijuana.
Justice in January: Desert Deaths
Death in the desert is a real threat for migrants crossing the U.S.-Mexico border
Justice in January: Real People, True Stories
At Kino Border Initiative in Nogales, Mexico, deported migrants tell their stories
Justice in January: Keeping the Borderlands Wild
During Justice in January, students learned about environmental impacts of the border wall
Justice in January: Frustrated
Student Annika Barnett writes about frustrations with immigration, as experienced during Justice in January
Battle at the Border: Justice in January
At the Mexican border, the U.S. immigration and deportation system takes on new meaning
First Comes Love
Reilly Dooris ('15) serves some of Guatemala's poorest people through First Things Foundation
Tyler Hobbs On Not Being the Hero
The keynote address to 2017 graduates entering social justice careers
Starting Points on the Makah Reservation
On a Mission: Possible trip, students learn about Makah Reservation life and efforts to preserve its history
Encounters on a Corner in East St. Louis
Mission: Possible leader Andrew Mercer reflects on an unexpected encounter during an immersion trip to St. Louis
What's In A Name?
While on a civil rights immersion trip, student experiences family connections to slave history