U.S.-Mexico border

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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Friendship Park, once a symbol of binational camaraderie now keeps families divided

On a Sunday morning in March, Braulio Mayer met his seven grandchildren for the first…

Water is life: Volunteer teams leave water for migrants crossing deadly CA desert

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There are no borders that can contain the cry of Justice

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News Briefs: Feb. 25-March 9

[su_label type=”info”]Bay Area[/su_label] 22nd & Mission building will likely be demolished The approximately 60 tenants…