Immigrants’ caravan started in Honduras two days ago, dissolved by Police before they reached Guatemala

ALFREDO AZCARATE VARELATHE BAJA POST/EDITOR San Pedro Sula, one of Honduras major cities, was the meeting point for more than one hundred people, they intended to start marching towards Guatemala, crossed the border and then enter Mexico to march to the North, aiming to enter the USA, running away from the health and economic crisisSigue leyendo «Immigrants’ caravan started in Honduras two days ago, dissolved by Police before they reached Guatemala»

Health on the Border: History Repeats Itself

Zinnia Capó/Doctoral CandidateHistory Department, Stony Brook UniversityJune 15, 2020THE BAJA POST Like what is happening at other international boundaries, Covid-19 has dramatically reduced bilateral crossings on the US-México border, affecting the lives of those who have economic and familial ties on both sides. From McAllen to Tijuana “crossing the line” or “crossing the river” toSigue leyendo «Health on the Border: History Repeats Itself»