El Paso took to the streets once again, raising a collective voice, demanding equality and justice for all.
The Catholic Diocese of El Paso stops to remember, and honor, George Floyd
Thousands came out in El Paso to speak power against violence, hatred and racism. Photos and video from Steven Zimmerman and Tim Schumann.
As Abbott has declared a State of Emergency for Texas know your rights for protesting and exercising your First Amendment Rights.
By Steven Zimmerman “And among His wonders is the creation of the heavens and the earth, and the diversity of your tongues and colors. For in this, behold, there are […]
By Steven Zimmerman EL PASO, TEXAS – Today the Border Network for Human Rights held their Walk for Our Lives to Defend Life, Inclusion, and Dignity of Immigrant Working Communities. […]
“My main focus is to make sure you do not get shot unarmed, criminal or not,” says Travis Washington, the man behind the Hands Up Act.
“It ain’t right,” said Rogelio (not his real name) an inmate in a federal prison that I’ve been meeting and helping. “It ain’t right that I come to know who Jesus Christ is, the Blessed Mother is, and the doors close to me all just because I am in prison.”
Chuck wasn’t lucky. The first time coming back into the United States from Tijuana he was caught with enough marijuana to be sentenced to four years in federal prison. A lifetime later, he died on the streets, alone. This is his story.
Perhaps this is the answer to fixing the flaws of the human condition: to be intolerant of intolerance.