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Surviving Violent Crime and Obtaining the Right to Work

Beatriz came to the U.S. from Guatemala in early 2007. She worked hard to support herself at a local restaurant in northern Virginia. While there, she met Jose, a frequent patron of the restaurant. They dated briefly. During that time, Jose went to the restaurant where Beatriz worked every night to keep an eye on …

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What I Saw: A Volunteer’s Experience at the US/Mexican Border

By: Jeanne Barnes The views and opinions expressed in this reflection are those of the author’s and do not necessarily reflect the official policy or position of Just Neighbors.  Write what you see; this is often the instruction given to writers.  I am basically an optimistic person, so I want to write what I saw …

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