Tapachula

Migrants

Housing options limited for migrants forced to wait in southern Mexico – Cronkite News

Photo: Sarahi Reyes, 30, smiles at her daughters, Evelin Moncarda-Reyes, 13, and Mia Cartagena-Reyes, 3, from a kitchen near Albergue Belén in Tapachula, Mexico Each night, Eduardo Rojas sleeps on flattened cardboard boxes over sand-colored dirt in this city of 350,000 near the border with Guatemala. He has been sleeping in Parque Bicentenario for more

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