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Whips, horses and deportations

patrulla fronteriza a caballo intenta detener un migrante haitiano
Cynthia Pompa, Physicians for Human Rights  |  Issue: October 2021

The images from this week are sickening. Haitians seeking asylum are being whipped and rounded up like cattle by the U.S. Border Patrol to return them back to danger. Let me say this again: Adults and children are being whipped by agents of the United States government. By your government.

Kamala Harris tells migrants, “Do not come”

Campamento en la frontera de Estados Unidos con México
Pedro Ríos  |  Issue: June July 2021

One wonders what difference there is between Biden’s policies on immigration and Trump’s extremely restrictive, racist and punitive policies.

A new dawn

familia haciendo fila para recibir despensa
from the Editors  |  Issue: April 2021

Our world has been transformed. Expressing itself first as practical struggle for a decent standard of living leading to a new struggle for our survival.

‘We cannot lose our humanity’

Sister Norma Pimentel
Sister Norma Pimentel  |  Issue: July | August 2019

It’s important that people see the truth, what we see here at the border. We don’t see criminals. We see families, who are in desperate need of help.

Which side are you on?

frontera madre con su hija
From the editors  |  Issue: May | June 2019

People have the right to migrate and to seek asylum. We must end the militarization of the border and stop the detention and deportation of immigrants.