Death in the Desert
Lens on the Border
Creative Resistance from the eyes of 4 borderlands photographers
Oct. 20 - Dec 14
Historic Y - 738 N 5th Ave
SOA Watch Encuentro at the Border
Hundreds Carry Out a Nonviolent Direct Action at US Border Patrol Interior Checkpoint at Hwy. I-19 in Arizona
Tohono O'odham Tribal Leaders Say Wall With Mexico Will Not Be Built On Their Land
Tribal leadership of Tohono O’odham Nation in southern Arizona said they won't support a border wall project on their land. Part of their reservation extends into Mexico and covers 75 miles of the international border.
Trump to throw a wider net to deport migrants
President-elect Donald Trump’s advisors are drafting plans to resume workplace raids and to ramp up pressure on local police and jails to identify immigrants in the country illegally in an effort to meet Trump’s goal to deport 2 million to 3 million migrants who he says are criminals.
The Ideological Roots of Donald Trump’s Immigration Team
As President-Elect Donald Trump names his choices for key positions in his administration, it is clear that he intends to include quite a few people who subscribe to fringe, alt-right, racist ideologies.
Steller: Election elates border agents, alarms 'Dreamers'
Art Del Cueto, 42, has become a well-known Tucsonan because of his outspokenness as president of the union for agents in the Border Patrol’s Tucson Sector. He was among those who pushed for the national union to endorse Trump early in the primary election process — a highly controversial decision.
Blood-Sucking 'Treatment Industrial Complex': The New Private Prisons Hustle to Stay in Business (Video)
By Robert Greenwald, Emily Verdugo, Brave New Films
Beware the prison industry's embrace of treatment, rehabilitation and "alternatives," for a new gravy train. READ MORE»
Illegal Immigration Is Changing. Border Security Is Still Catching Up
llegal immigration into the United States isn't what it used to be. The prevailing assumption that Mexican migrants, mostly men, are streaming into the ...