Let us not become weary in doing good, for at the proper time we will reap a harvest if we do not give up.
I am starting to get the sense that the news cycle regarding the reunification of the families that were separated at the border is starting to fade.
I get that there is always a lot of new stuff to report on and to try to focus our attention on. The miraculous rescue of the Thai soccer team and their coach, the upcoming battle over Brett Kavanaugh’s nomination, the NATO Summit (and how we are constantly being misrepresented by our esteemed President domestically and globally), and the World Cup to name a few.
It could be very easy to let the reunification of the immigrant families and Immigration Reform in itself to be swept to the side- but please don’t.
As you may already know, many of the children that were separated from their parents were transported to several facilities across the country, including Connecticut.
Yesterday, I attended a local demonstration that was hosted by Unidad Latina en Accion ( a local immigration agency) and later I briefly attended a hearing regarding reunification of two of the families that were separated at the border at the Federal Courthouse Building in Bridgeport, CT. We rallied and raised our voices together as a show of support to the children and their families.
Here are some highlights…
I am sure that many other similar demonstrations and hearings are still taking place across the nation; and that’s great!
Let’s continue to raise our voices loud and proud until every family is reunited; and real human and effective changes are made regarding Immigration Reform in general.
Peace and blessings!😘🙏🏾🇱🇷
Let us not become weary in doing good, for at the proper time we will reap a harvest if we do not giveup.