Immigration has become one of the major political hot button issues of the era. But, as the Trump administration has implemented new laws that make it more difficult for families to seek asylum in the United States, the organization Preemptive Love is finding a way to help them.
Countless families, individuals and children are now trapped in shelters in Mexico after fleeing violence and instability in their home countries and areas. But, as this video shows, Preemptive Love has created a way to help them re-enter the workforce as they await news about their future.
As they explain on their website, “This #GivingTuesday, help launch a mobile tech bus to create jobs for refugees right here they are. They’ll gain vital tech skills and a chance to work. They’ll also get virtual legal advice, and their children will have a safe place to play and learn while they work.”
Here’s how it will work: The “tech bus” will travel between three different shelters in Juarez, Mexico, on a daily basis. The bus will not only provide legal advice and tech training but also opportunities to work and provide for themselves.
You can go here to learn more and support the “tech bus”.