Angie Stephenson spent one week in Dilley, Texas, in November as a volunteer with the Dilley Pro Bono Project. The project provides legal representation to mothers and children seeking asylum from extreme violence in Central America and other locations.

The UNC School of Social Work featured her experiences with the Dilley Pro Bono Project through an interview on their website. To read the article, visit the UNC School of Social Work’s website. 

Visit our blog again in early 2020 to learn more about Angie’s trip to Dilley, Texas. We will post a series of blogs sharing her personal experiences, observations, and concrete ways you can help support those individuals doing this work.

 

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