Justice Journey

On their final day with La Union Del Pueblo Entero, the students took a conga line dance break to "Mucha Muchacha" (Photo courtesy of Moises Gurrola).

Students Eric Garza and Kayla Fitzgerald take notes during a panel (Photo courtesy of Moises Gurrola).

Students listen to a talk given by a member of La Union Del Pueblo Entero (Photo courtesy of Moises Gurrola).

Student Johnathan Villalabos reflects on his experienced at LUPE in a group activity, sharing what he learned, took to heart, and will share after the trip (Photo courtesy of Moises Gurrola).

After visiting La Union Del Pueblo Entero (LUPE), the group stands outside their headquarters with a TCU and United Farm Worker's Flag (Photo courtesy of Moises Gurrola).

Student Mayra Guardiola stands beside the border wall with the Mexican/LGBTQ flag (Photo courtesy of Moises Gurrola).

While at the border, the group went to the Rio Grande river, where they found clothes left by those who had crossed (Photo courtesy of Moises Gurrola).

In Crystal City, the group meets the first Latino mayor and member of Los Cinco, Juan Cornejo (Photo courtesy of Moises Gurrola).

Samuel Ramirez stands with a sign in Crystal City (Photo courtesy of Moises Gurrola).

Students were given a mural tour representing Chicano culture in McAllen, Texas (Photo courtesy of Moises Gurrola).

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