Dates: June 15-June 22, 2020
Estimated cost: $3,200                                 
Dream Team: Dr. Schock and Ms. Guggenheimer
Student Travel Group Max: 12

In our first partnership with Students Shoulder-to-Shoulder, Trinity faculty and students will have the opportunity to  engage directly with one of the most critical justice issues facing our world today--how to build a humane and fair immigration process for people in need.  Madres y Familias Deportadas en Accion strives to connect people along the San Diego/Tijuana border region by fostering relations through community service, education, collaboration and cultural exchange. Students on this program will have the chance to work with the inspiring leaders that run this organization in addition to visiting other organizations in Tijuana. Students will also spend a couple of  mornings serving breakfast at El Desayunador and have the chance to volunteer at Casa del Migrante, a shelter and support center for those who have been deported, displaced, are in transit or are refugees. Along the way, students will be exposed to issues of globalization and migration, human rights across borders, and race and racism as they discuss practical and democratic solutions to the complex debates that animate the region.
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Located on Upper West Side of New York City, Trinity School is a college preparatory, coeducational independent school for grades K-12. Since 1709, Trinity has provided a world-class education to its students with rigorous academics and outstanding programs in athletics, the arts, peer leadership, and global travel.