“A Hot Meal and a Little Hope”: Border Residents Step Up to Help Migrants
In the wake of mass deportations under Title 42, residents from Tucson to Sásabe, Sonora, have pooled their resources to found migrant resource centers in Mexican border towns.
A young woman sits alone nursing her bandaged leg. Here, at the Casa de la Esperanza, a migrant resource center in Sásabe, Sonora, a portable heater warms her on a cold, blustery afternoon. Her name is Sandra, she tells me, and she is 27. She is from Guatemala, an…
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