We finished our 3,200 mile ride along the entire U.S. / Mexico border and the U.S. coastline—66 days straight to listen, learn, and advocate for Common Good immigration practices and policies. Will you help us share the stories?
Why We Rode
Immigration is a human story. The We The People Ride is a story-telling effort. We met the people who live on the border, serve one another on the border, those who work along the border, and those who have the best way forward for our immigration and border practices. And, we are thrilled to share their stories. →
NonProfit in Del Rio doing the work that the Government should do with Migrants
We The People Ride on the on the Rio Grande River
We the People Ride Documentary - Six Days in the Desert
In The News
Público – 66 días pedaleando la frontera México-EEUU: un viaje para que migrar no duela
“A lo largo del viaje hice la misma pregunta a todas las personas que conocí: «¿qué has aprendido viviendo o trabajando en la frontera?». Sus respuestas fueron muy similares: «es una zona segura», «yo no viviría aquí si fuese una zona de guerra», «las cosas que se...
Yahoo! – I’m an evangelical pastor, and I biked 1,600 miles along the US-Mexico border. The only border crisis is America’s disgusting treatment of migrants.
Migrants exit a Border Patrol bus and prepare to be received by the Val Verde Humanitarian Coalition after crossing the Rio Grande on September 22, 2021 in Del Rio, Texas. Brandon Bell/Getty Images The following is an opinion written in Yahoo! by Doug Pagitt,...
Religion News Service – Dispatches from the U.S.-Mexico border: A ride for immigration justice
“This the journal of the We the People Ride, a 3,200-mile bike ride along the southern edge of the U.S., from San Diego, California, to St. Augustine, Florida. Led by Vote Common Good, members of the public are invited to join any length of the journey, both in person...
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