Wednesday, April 25, 2018

Over 7,000 Bodies Have Been Found at the US-Mexican Border Since the Nineties -- And that’s an underestimate.


In this June 22, 2016 photo, Border Patrol agents stand near a border structure in San Diego. (AP Photo / Gregory Bull)


Todd Miller for  The Nation offers analysis of death on the border -- the deaths along the US/Mexico border resulting from the U.S. government's immigration enforcement policies.  The deaths of migrants in the border region -- almost all of them from Mexico and Central America -- began to escalate with the border enforcement measures in the 1990s, which have increased ever since.


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