Posted on June 22, 2018
Posted on June 22, 2018We at BNHR would like to thank you for all your help and support to our fight. although these are times of economic hardship, our heart is bigger than our pockets, and we know that doing what is right will bring only blessings to our lives. Jesus said: "for I was hungry and you gave me something to eat, I was thirsty and you gave me something to drink, I was a stranger and you invited me in..." Mathew 25:35
check out this link so you see a little bit of what we do thanks to your support . but remember, this is not over yet, we still have a lot to do, there are a thousands of kids and their families that still need our help.
Picture taken from ElPasoTimes.com shows how we CLOSED the "ICE Processing Center in El Paso Texas. A bit more than 1000 protesters, reunited with only one demand: 'FREE OUR CHILDREN NOW!!!"
Posted on June 20, 2018
Posted on June 20, 2018
This morning, we had a protest against child abuse, family separation, and children incarceration at a detention center in El Paso TX. more than 1000 people chanting together: "Free our children now", and "Shame on you to the CBP personnel", showing to the world that this is inhumane, immoral, unnecessary, cruel, and dangerous for the children.
let's keep fighting, all together, this fight is just getting started.
check these links so you see the real face of family separation.
spread the word!! There's a lot of work to be done!!
We Count on you! Those families count on all of us!!
Posted on June 19, 2018
Posted on June 19, 2018A lot of people say that the parents of these children are to be blamed because they put their lives in jeopardy, well, let me share a couple of videos that will prove them wrong. these videos show the reality of immigrant's lives in their home country, where they are victims of violence, kidnapping, hunger, robberies, etc. Drug dealers violently recruit kids as hit mans, as "soldiers", as distributors, they kill the parents if they refuse to let the kid go with them. (Mexico)
some other video show people looking for food in the garbage, in the trash cans, not because they are homeless, but because the government will not provide food for the people. (Venezuela)
people have no jobs, no food, no health, and on top of that they need to protect their children from the drug dealers, gangs, even the army. so all these people do not come to America just for fun, or to prove their luck, they are literally RUNNING AWAY FOR THEIR LIVES!! and we just can not look the other way when our government treat them cruelty and even blame them for crossing illegally. would not all of us do the same if we were in those conditions?
please share the word and keep your support so we can keep fighting for these families.