Join BECA on Friday, April 26, 2019 in Washington, DC! Where the Caravan Began: An Evening Journey with BECA

Join BECA for a conversation that moves past walls and beyond borders. In today's world of deepening inequity, so many Central American families are being torn apart by the need to risk a dangerous journey north to provide for their families or keep them safe - a journey that offers no guarantees for safe arrival.

Camp Counselors Trip to La Ceiba

Cofradía is a calm and quiet place; not much goes on outside of school and the work one does there. The tranquility is great after a long day, don’t get me wrong, but sometimes one desires to let off some steam in a bigger, busier city. Additionally, Cofradía is, in my opinion, more homogenous than the big cities I’m used to back in the states.

A Smile is Universal

After months and months of talking about this trip, it was finally here. It was really happening, and I couldn’t have been more excited. Teaching middle school in the states is great and all, but I’ll be the first to admit that I was craving the affection from the little ones in my new class.

A Phone Call to Remember

Recently, while reading the biography of Michele Obama, a particular quote stood out to me.

"All the habitants of the earth carry an invisible history, and just for that they deserve tolerance."

After a weekend of visiting the AMIGOS DE JESUS school, I could understand why.