The Romero Center is an environment where social transformation can take place by:

• Furthering understanding of the migratory realities between Latin America and the United States
• Providing immersion and educational opportunities in the city of Tijuana, Mexico
• Enabling participants to enhance their political, socio-economic, and cultural views of the forces that are shaping the lives of many countries and families throughout the continent
• Reflecting theologically on the constant migratory exchanges between both sides of the border.

Tráfico Sexual: Complejidad [ignorada] de la Realidad Migratoria de los Estados Unidos

July 28th, 2011 by admin
Tráfico Sexual: Complejidad [ignorada] de la Realidad Migratoria de los Estados Unidos Read more [...]

“Not Like Us”: The Mainline’s Immigration Problem

July 17th, 2011 by admin
“Not Like Us”: The Mainline’s Immigration Problem By: Daniel F. Romero, J.D. Some years ago a colleague friend of mine and I were discussing the experience of the United Church of Christ reaching out to the Latino (a) community.  In the midst of the conversation he said “but they’re not like you…” Although years ago, the encounter remains etched in my memory.  This colleague is a Euro-American leader in the progressive Christian movement and someone I have respected and admired Read more [...]

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