Back to School Blue Sky Texas to Help Shelter kids get school supplies

The Salvation Army is collaborating with Blue Sky Texas to help get clothes and school supplies for the kids staying in The Salvation Army Shelter. Blue Sky Texas at 4416 98th has “Back to School “tags of all the kids staying in the shelter. On the tags is a brief description of the kids ages, sizes, grade, and school supplies needed. Blue Sky Texas is also giving the donor a $10 gift card when they return the clothing and supplies. The Tags are available today through August 10,2019. If anyone is interested in adopting a “Back to school” tag they can go to 4416 98th -Blue Sky Texas and pick one up! Posted by Latino Lubbock Magazine

Trump Administration Bans Asylum Seekers, Considers Zeroing Out Refugee Resettlement in Same Week

WASHINGTON – Refuge For Families, a transnational initiative to address and develop a humane and unified movement responsive to the plight of migrants along the Central America-US corridor, condemns any further moves to decimate the refugee resettlement program, which has saved countless families over the years. A week after denying asylum seekers the right to request protection at our Southern border if they do not apply for asylum in at least one country along their route to the United States, the Trump Administration is hinting at completely shutting down the U.S. Refugee Resettlement Program by setting the 2020 refugee admissions goal to zero, according to a story published yesterday

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