Monthly Archives: June 2013

Radio Interview, Letters and Politics (KPFA): The “Border Surge”

In conversation about the “Border Surge” and 20 year militarization of the border with journalist Todd Miller who has been covering the southern border for the past 10 years. His forthcoming book is called Border Patrol Nation.

Following Their Footsteps: Participants in the Migrant Trail Walk spent seven days reflecting on what it means to cross the border

Everyone in our group of 52 people wakes up at 3 a.m. It’s Thursday, May 30, and we are at a campsite on the northern edge of the Buenos Aires National Wildlife Refuge, approximately 25 miles from the international border and 40 miles southwest of Tucson. The group is used to getting up early, but […]