After Years of Tribal Resistance, DHS Finishes its “Virtual Wall” on the Tohono O’odham Nation
An all-day quest led me to the final of the 10 towers built on native land. "You never know when you’re being watched,” said a resident.
When I come across surveillance towers in the borderlands, I first look to see if there are any communities, towns, or houses in its view. I did this on Monday, on the Tohono O’odham Nation in the southern Arizona borderlands, when I found a…
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