Migrant Protection Protocols

Migrants

Black migrants see nothing in Tapachula but racism and a dead end – Cronkite News

Photo: Black migrants, frustrated with the immigration process and the ongoing discrimination they say they experience, clash with the Mexican national guard. (Photo by Drake Presto/Cronkite Borderlands Project) The wide street leading to the Instituto Nacional de Migración is lined with bright and bold murals affirming the human rights of all people without regard to

Opinion

Opinion: Biden Has Released More Than a Million Border-Jumpers Into the U.S. – Inside Sources

The crisis at the Southwest border has been largely forgotten. It’s getting worse, though, as disclosures reveal President Biden has allowed nearly 1.05 million migrants — more people than live in the president’s home state of Delaware — encountered at the Southwest border into the United States. Add in the “got aways”— migrants who successfully evaded Border Patrol —

Immigration

Supreme Court weighs policy for migrants to wait in Mexico

When a woman gashed her leg in mountains inhabited by snakes and scorpions, she told Joel Úbeda to take her 5-year-old daughter. Úbeda refused to let the mother die, despite the advice of their smuggler and another migrant in a group of seven, and helped carry her to safety by shining a mirror in sunlight

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