Border Observatory

2020 Situation Report: Remain In Mexico

Remain in Mexico represents a new level of assault on migrants, our binational communities and our country’s commitment to asylum. But it is also a piece with the long legacy of racism at the border and a national history of immigrant scapegoating. Both of these require a deep reckoning. 

This situation report documents the real impacts of Remain in Mexico on migrants in Ciudad Juárez, just across the border from El Paso, TX. 

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Hope Border Institute brings social justice and much more from and to the border.  Navigate through our campaigns to learn more.

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BORDER OBSERVATORY

We’ve witnessed a cruel strategy to break migrants and our border community - zero tolerance, family separation and now Remain Mexico.

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#AQUÍ ESTAMOS

#AquíEstamos is an opportunity to exercise civic engagement to promote the common good while building strong communities.

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NIGHT WILL BE NO MORE

Pastoral Letter to the People of God in El Paso: On August 3rd, 2019, El Paso was the scene of a massacre or matanza that left 22 dead, injured dozens and traumatized a binational community.

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