OTHER BOOKS AND REFERENCES - LIBROS

Roads Less Traveled   Dispatches from the Ends of the Earth by Catherin Watson 

http://catherinewatsontravel.com/

Found on Amazon and Goodreads

Copyright:  2005

“More than a travelogue, these stories open eyes, warm hearts and raise awareness.  They are with compassion, detailed beauty and straight talk.”

Roads Less Traveled   Dispatches from the Ends of the Earth by Catherin Watson 

http://catherinewatsontravel.com/

Found on Amazon and Goodreads

Copyright:  2005

“More than a travelogue, these stories open eyes, warm hearts and raise awareness.  They are with compassion, detailed beauty and straight talk.”





What You Have Heard Is True: A Memoir of Witness and Resistance by Carolyn Forché   

What You Have Heard Is True    A Memoir of Witness and Resistance

Carolyn Forché – Copyright:  2019

“This story goes to the very heart of turmoil, mostly unnoticed by the U.S. populace during the 1980s and now foaming at our borders.  A story of breath-taking escapades surrounding El Salvador’s Civil War, written with candid eye-witness accounts.”

What You Have Heard Is True: A Memoir of Witness and Resistance by Carolyn Forché   

What You Have Heard Is True    A Memoir of Witness and Resistance

Carolyn Forché – Copyright:  2019

“This story goes to the very heart of turmoil, mostly unnoticed by the U.S. populace during the 1980s and now foaming at our borders.  A story of breath-taking escapades surrounding El Salvador’s Civil War, written with candid eye-witness accounts.”





With Our Own Eyes: The Dramatic story of a Christian response to the wounds of war, racism, and oppression   

Don Mosley with Joyce Hollyday    Copyright: 1996     www.jubileepartners.org

“I volunteered at Jubilee for three months in 1989, working for Don, translating for refugees and living this story.  They continue to welcome the stranger, the refugee, the sojourner in our land.”:

Contact:  JUBILEE PARTNERS
P.O. BOX 68
COMER, GA 30629               706-783-5131





Village Assignment  True stories of humor, adventure and drama in Guatemala’s highland villages by Dave Huebsch

Copyright 2004

“Heart-warming stories of intercultural relating through difficult, challenging and later, hopeful times.   Dave and Bina Huebsch devoted much of their lives to building community in Guatemala.  They reside in Little Falls, MN, but their mission continues in San Pedro Las Huertas.

http://www.risingvillages.org





Inevitable Revolutions

 

Inevitable Revolutions: The United States in Central America by Walter LaFeber

Copyright: 1983  Expanded edition:  1993  Available

“An in depth history of Central America that will enlighten reader as to why we are experiencing an influx of immigrants and asylum seekers today. A thorough read.  This was assigned by Hamline University toward my Masters in Latin American Studies.  It gives a foundation to current events.”





The Faces of Change

 

The Faces of Change by Joan Jarvis Ellison

Copyright:  2007

“After a fact-finding trip to Pelican Rapids, MN, I bought this book to better understand how changes were happening and affecting mid-Minnesota towns.  Pelican Rapids became a ‘poster child’ when industry brought in an influx of immigrants.  The book includes interviews from residents, new and long-time, sharing their conversion into a new demography.”

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