Title 42 stays here, but one San Antonio woman continues her mission to help migrants transit through Alamo City to seek asylum.
San Antonio — Title 42 maintained, many volunteer their time to help migrants seeking asylum.
Connected with friends from San Antonio to donate supplies to San Antonio immigrants waiting to reach their next destination.
By car, several bins and bags full of clothes were delivered to the parking lot of a shopping center on the 6900 block of San Pedro Avenue.
Many migrants waiting at a nearby center gratefully received a portion of the donation.
Marlin Rojas wants to make your stay here as comfortable as possible.
“There are many things that we don’t think we need: clothes, shoes, basic necessities, toothbrushes, toothpaste, deodorant. Rojas is San Born and raised here, Antonian has a giving heart.
“I have a lot of immigrant families, so I want to give back to the community from there,” Rojas said.
As expected, there is no wave of immigrants coming to Alamo City.
The City of San Antonio recently received funding to keep its immigrant resource center in San Pedro open through March.
Rojas is unsure what the future holds for other immigrants after the Supreme Court’s temporary ruling on Tuesday to keep Title 42 for the time being.
“There are a lot of gray areas for political reasons, health and other reasons, and it’s hard to answer that question,” Rojas said of her feelings about Title 42.
This question may not be answered in the months ahead as the Supreme Court rules on pandemic-era policies.
But in the meantime, Rojas believes it’s important to help in any way necessary.
“I hope others see the benefits of giving back to the community. It’s not their community, it’s just giving back to those who need it most,” Rojas added. increase.