As I entered through the gates of the Correctional Facility, the irony of the word “correctional” didn’t go past me. … Continue reading The Meaning of Life in Prison, Part I
Here are photos from yesterday’s Border Angels desert water drop. “Since 1994, more than 11,000 sons and daughters, sisters and … Continue reading Desert Water Drop (Borderlands)II
On Saturday I participated in the Day Laborer Outreach event that Border Angels coordinates once a month. We headed out … Continue reading Laboring for the American Dream
I want to acknowledge my daughter,Carmen, for having introduced me to this beautiful event and reawakened my passion for the … Continue reading Fandango Fronterizo 2016
The work of the Border Angels (Angeles de La Frontera) is driven by the following words: “When I was hungry, who … Continue reading Desert Water Drop (Borderlands)
“La Linea” they call it – bars of steel built to disrupt the natural order of migration. There are no … Continue reading La Linea (The Border)
You say you want to go to war. Destroy the enemy. War, against Who? What if you were the daughter … Continue reading Who would you want to go to war with?