While today has brought so much chaos and unrest, It is important to all of us at Border Angels to fight for the hope our migrant families cling to. This new year and new administration is a beacon of hope for so many who have sacrificed too much and remain in the Tijuana shelters. We remain unwavering in our message and culture of love, and share with all of you the Dia de Reyes celebrations in the shelters, to thank all of you who make this mission possible. We must remain adamant in our pursuit of democracy and accurate representation, so that we can support our communities as best as possible. Thank you again for your support, LA LUCHA SIGUE
(Día de Reyes: the Latino community, Día de Los Reyes, also known as Three Kings' Day or Epiphany, is celebrated on January 6 to honor the Three Wise Men — Los Tres Reyes Magos — who brought gifts to Jesus Christ. The day also marks the close of Christmas festivities. According to the Gospel of Matthew, the kings Melchior, Caspar, and Balthazar found the baby by following a star across the desert to Bethlehem.)
ABOUT BORDER ANGELS
Border Angels is a nonprofit organization that advocates for human rights, humane immigration reform, and social justice with a special focus on issues related to the US-Mexican border.