tijuana

Queer in the caravan: The dangers LGBT migrants face in search for asylum

The journey north for migrants traveling through Mexico carries multiple risks—food insecurity, exposure to elements,…

Overburdened, Tijuana’s shelters struggle to meet demands

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Commentary: Experiencing life at the border, un-obscured by politics

In January 2019, El Tecolote intern Sage Mace travelled to Tijuana, to offer aid to…

Inside the Central American migrant crisis in Tijuana

Grayson Morris is an artist and activist based in Los Angeles. When the Caminata del…

Bittersweet Sixteen: Reflections on 16 years as an American

[su_carousel source=”media: 33302,33303,33304″ limit=”60″ link=”lightbox” width=”800″ height=”540″ responsive=”no” items=”1″] I moved from Mexico to the…

Tijuana’s Haitian refugee crisis

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