muro del odio
Regarding U.S. border policy, The Wall, “tactical infrastructure,” and the families who call El Rio home.
A special reporting project of the San Antonio Current: a drive along the Texas-Mexico border to examine the impact and implications of U.S. border policy — particularly the U.S. Secure Fence Act of 2006 — for residents of the borderlands region.
Greg Harman has been reporting for a variety of media since 1996. As a staff writer at the Current he focuses on matters of social and environmental justice in South Texas.
You can read his personal blog at harman on earth.
Delicate deer steps merge into cattle tracks across a mud flat colored by the salt of the salt cedars that huddle against the banks of this portion of the Lost River (over the far rise) downstream from Neely Crossing (“Section L-1, tactical infrastructure,” in the federal vernacular) in Hudspeth County.