I do not know what is next. I am back here in Tucson about to head out the door to facilitate at a talk by John Fife, one of the founders of the Sanctuary Movement, and Allison Harrington, the courageous minister of Southside Presbyterian Church, who are speaking tonight on Justice for a Lenten Evening at Trinity Presbyterian Church. To be with these two brave, strong activists is an honor and privilege. Tomorrow I am heading to act as a legal observer at a Border Patrol checkpoint at Amado, Arizona. The Border Patrol has a checkpoint on Arivaca Road where everyday members of the community must stop, be submitted to questions and go on their way. Several reports of abuse and harassment by the Border Patrol have been reported to the ACLU. The Arivaca community created a petition, signed by 85% of the community asking that the checkpoint be removed. The letter wasn't answered. So the community formed a team, trained by a lawyer, to observe the checkpoint for two days every week. I attended the training last week, before I zoomed off to California, and will be standing by the roadside tomorrow morning. I will be there, along with three others, when the school bus comes through. In the past the Border Patrol has entered the bus, we shall watch tomorrow. More to come on what takes place.