Sunday, November 01, 2009

Dying to get to the USA

We arrest and charge those trying to leave water and food for those who risk their lives crossing the desert to get here. Prior to 1848 - this was their ancestors land but we draw a line and say die if you cross without permission. From space, you cannot see those lines - just one earth.


More than 200 bodies recovered at Arizona/Sonora border

Remembering the dead on the border
Mike Wilson, Tohono O'odham, speaks at the Dia de los Muertos (Day of the Dead) memorial at San Xavier on Oct. 31, on Tohono O'odham land, remembering those who died crossing the Sonoran Desert. Photo Brenda Norrell
"We must not waver in our opposition to any reform that will continue to militarize our communities. Doing so is not only being untrue to our commitment to human rights and dignity, but an affront to the thousands of men, women and children who have died on our borders, and the families who suffer the agony of their deaths or the bitter anguish of never knowing what has become of their loved ones."
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