We All Belong illustrates immigrants’ struggles

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We All Belong illustrates immigrants’ struggles

Immigration advocates celebrate stories, urge self-reflection
Friday night’s “We All Belong” event at the Mancos United Methodist Church featured an immigration panel with four distinct perspectives. From left: sociologist Ben Waddell, Mancos FoodShare Director and community leader Gretchen Groenke, 17-year-old DACA recipient Heleny Zacamoalpa, and social and racial justice advocate Wendolyne Omaña.
After the immigration panel, the “We All Belong” event at the Mancos United Methodist Church included a presentation of the multimedia “Sanctuary Stories” project, played and projected within the chapel.

We All Belong illustrates immigrants’ struggles

Friday night’s “We All Belong” event at the Mancos United Methodist Church featured an immigration panel with four distinct perspectives. From left: sociologist Ben Waddell, Mancos FoodShare Director and community leader Gretchen Groenke, 17-year-old DACA recipient Heleny Zacamoalpa, and social and racial justice advocate Wendolyne Omaña.
After the immigration panel, the “We All Belong” event at the Mancos United Methodist Church included a presentation of the multimedia “Sanctuary Stories” project, played and projected within the chapel.
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