The new border wall may not be stopping all that many immigrants, but it's certainly having an impact on Southwestern wildlife.
by Ariana Brocious,
Aug 10, 2009
Small Mexican farming towns such as Francisco Villa in
Sonora are emptied of their young men when the lack of good-paying
local jobs sends them north of the border
by Michael Marizco,
May 15, 2006
On Washington's Olympic Peninsula, the once-lucrative floral greens industry is floundering as its immigrant workers face deportation.
by Lissa James,
Aug 19, 2009
On the U.S.-Mexico border, the corrupt and futile War on Drugs takes a violent toll on the poorest people.
by Charles Bowden,
Mar 01, 2010
July 2010 was the second-deadliest month ever for border-crossers in southern Arizona.
by Denver Nicks,
Oct 10, 2010
Photojournalist Julian Cardona on living and working in Mexico's war zone.
by Cally Carswell,
Mar 05, 2010
The many thousands of illegal immigrants who pass through Arizona border towns are leaving tons of litter in their wake.
by Christina Nealson,
Apr 30, 2009
In Yakima County, Wash., the California-based labor
contractor Global Horizons is stirring up controversy among local
Latino farmworkers by bringing in hundreds of guest workers from
Thailand to pick fruit
by Tony Barboza,
Sep 19, 2005
The Sonoran Desert homeland of the Tohono O’odham
Nation has become a nerve-wracking police state, caught in the
crossfire between drug and immigrant smugglers and the U.S. Border
by John Dougherty,
Feb 19, 2007
Frosty Wooldridge sees himself as a kind of Paul Revere,
tirelessly warning the West about overpopulation – especially
in the form of illegal immigrants.
by Marty Durlin,
May 26, 2008