Agua Prieta is quiet, there is a dusk-to-dawn curfew and the municipality supports the shutdown. The long lines at the border crossing have vanished.
Hundreds of protesters gathered in a car caravan at the Eloy, Arizona migrant detention center to demand immediate freedom for all migrants and refugees.
I challenge our state legislators to visit one of the detention camps maintained by ICE and tell us how many gang members are there.
Every summer I sing with a chorus during the annual Concert without Borders, an event staged on both sides of the Mexico/U.S. border at once.
Last week I escorted a group of three US citizens, one visiting from Tucson and the other two from Pennsylvania, to Agua Prieta, Sonora.
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I show up at 11:00 a.m. for my shift at the Migrant Resource Center in Agua Prieta, Sonora, Mexico.
Emelina Rosa writes about one of her recent trips to the Migrant Resource Center in Agua Prieta, Mexico, where she volunteers once a week.
Claudia’s name is written on a little card on my fridge. One and a half years ago, that death was emblematic, now there have been so many more.
“Watch the rooftops and get to know the lookouts for the cartel,” said John at the training session for volunteers at the Migrant Resource Center.