The Presbyterian Hunger Program is promoting experiential trips which analyze the root causes of hunger and poverty while calling participants to engage in solidarity actions with our local and global partners.
2019 Border-to-Border Delegation — Coffee, Migration and Faith
Join with Café Justo and persons from both sides of the border on a pilgrimage from the U.S./Mexico Border to the Mexico/Guatemala border, exploring the connections between coffee, migration, and faith.
Dates: November 8-16, 2019
Locations: Travel from Douglas, Arizona and Agua Prieta, Sonora to Salvador Urbina, Chiapas
Cost: $1,700 ($200 to reserve a spot, limit is 15 participants per trip)
Activities: Visit the Just Coffee roasting facility, fellowship with families who have migrated from Chiapas, get an overview of the U.S. border policy, participate in harvesting coffee, have conversations with parents whose children have migrated, participate in a grower meeting, tour the Mexico/Guatemala border, see local sites, and more.
Contact for information or to register: Vicky Chaidez, (520) 364-9257 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Travel Study Seminars are also offered by the Presbyterian Peacemaking Program. Learn more.
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