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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
Uncharted: A different perspective
Ben Joyce discovered a new perspective during his time at Gonzaga, and now he's sharing it with the world.
Unbreakable: Inspired to serve
Once considered "untouchable," Manojprabhakaran Thirupal is lifting himself up through education.
Unshakeable: The Path to Purpose
Drawing on his past, education and faith, Sudanese refugee Jok Nhial brings hope to his homeland.
Undivided: An effective RX
Simon and Simeon Menso plan to help cure the doctor shortage in their native country
Justice in January: Frustrated
Student Annika Barnett writes about frustrations with immigration, as experienced during Justice in January
These Zags are finding a way to support a school and strengthen a community with pure African honey. Sweet.