Migration

Tijuana’s Haitian refugee crisis

Escrito por  |  24 / March / 2017

Trump Through Mexican Eyes

Escrito por  |  22 / March / 2017
Photo: Thomas Hawk

Those who thought that Donald Trump’s Mexico-bashing was just a campaign strategy have been roundly proven wrong. With the stroke  Continue Reading »

Salvadoran Migrants Express Fear and Uncertainty in the Face of the Trump Administration

Escrito por  |  17 / March / 2017

Adela M. arrived in the United States less than a year ago to work to send money home to her  Continue Reading »

Crossing the Line

Escrito por  |  11 / November / 2016

The group of migrants has decided to walk across the city’s characteristic bridge to call for “fewer walls, more bridges.” Among them are mothers and children who had not seen each other in more than 20 years, and grandparents who had never met their grandchildren who grew up in this huge city far away from the villages their parents were born in.

Citizen Excursions into the Border’s Valley of Dollars and Death

Escrito por  |  27 / October / 2016

It’s anybody’s guess how many victims of violence are still buried somewhere in the Juarez Valley on the Mexico-U.S. border. For starters, there is the still largely unexcavated Navajo Arroyo, where the remains of 18 young women who went missing from nearby Ciudad Juarez have been recovered and identified since late 2011, according to the local daily Norte.

International Migrant Crisis Hits a Breaking Point in Baja California

Escrito por  |  10 / October / 2016

Since last spring, an estimated 13,000 Haitians and other foreign nationals have arrived in Baja California, with varying estimates of anywhere from 10,000 to 40,000 more on the way.

Detained in Dilley

Escrito por  |  23 / June / 2016

Dilley is home to a state prison and, since March 2015, the South Texas Family Residential Center, the largest family immigration detention center in the country. The women and children detained there have fled from Central America, South America, and as far away as Syria.