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Mapping Migration in the United States

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Ousted CBP Chief Says Shootings Covered Up

More than two dozen people have died in violent clashes with U.S. Customs and Border Protection since 2010. Despite public outrage over some of the killings, no agent or officer has faced criminal charges – or public reprimand – to date. Read more >

The Untold Story of Unaccompanied Minors

(Aug. 11, 2014) Public opinion remains deeply divided over whether the U.S. government has a moral obligation to offer asylum to Central Americans children escaping political persecution or violence in their home countries. Read more >

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Policy Recommendations on Unaccompanied Minors and Women at the US-Mexico Border

(Aug. 5, 2014) The South Texas Human Rights Center and the Working Group to Prevent Migrant Deaths have shared a new policy analysis and recommendations to address the current situation of unaccompanied children and women at the US-Mexico border. Endorsements of this statement may be emailed to dignidadya@yahoo.com. Read more >

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The Real Death Valley: The Untold Story of Mass Graves and Migrant Deaths in South Texas

In this new documentary on The Weather Channel, award-winning journalist John Carlos Frey follows a migrant story - people who have crossed the border but whose lives are still at risk as they move through Brooks County, Texas. A powerful and current film. Please watch at http://stories.weather.com/realdeathvalley

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The Untold Story of Unaccompanied Minors

Public opinion remains deeply divided over whether the U.S. government has a moral obligation to offer asylum to Central Americans children escaping political persecution or violence in their home countries. According to a survey published last month by the Associated Press, 53 percent of the U.S. Read more >

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