Tijuana dumps

Sister Teresa is a nun who works at a preschool and women-run community center in a recently closed municipal dump in Tijuana.  She just got back from my hometown of Durango, Colo. where she spoke to a packed room about her life’s work and how people can get involved.

When I talked to Sister T for a story I did about the Tijuana landfills, one of the most memorable things I took with me was her advice to the many ministry groups who pay the dumps annual visits:  Give money, give your personal time, but DO NOT bring bags filled with old clothes, toys and candy.  The kids can find that crap in the dumps.


About Kinsee Morlan

Arts and web editor at San Diego CityBeat. Interested in art and the Tijuana/San Diego border.
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