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No More Deaths says some volunteers face misdemeanor charges for supporting migrants on restricted federal lands.
Southern Arizona has experienced an unusually cold winter this year. A No More Deaths spokeswoman told the Arizona Daily
It's not uncommon for migrants to undergo deportation and immediately begin planning a return trip to the U.S., driven by economic necessity and familial ties. Despite the awful risks, people continue to cross.
From May 13-16, I accompanied a delegation from Long Island to Tucson, Arizona, and Nogales, Mexico, where we learned firsthand about the ongoing humanitarian crisis on the U.S.-Mexico border.