Tag Archives: Border

Nativism

On July 22, 2006, my husband an drove across the desert in our air conditioned car. At the same time, eleven-year-old Olivia Luna Nogueda and her older sister, Marisol, seventeen, attempted to cross the Arizona desert from Mexico on foot. … Continue reading

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On Justice, Part 2

Teresa, a undocumented immigrant working in the nurseries of Illinois, told me her story of crossing from Mexico into the United States. The trip took place before the border became as militarized as it is today: ‚ÄúDiego, my husband, came … Continue reading

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