Pueblo Sin Fronteras
Solidarity With Migrant Caravan (And NO to Repression)
Our governments in Mexico and Central America have adopted a policy of fear and racism imposed by the United States.
To the Governments and People of Guatemala, Mexico, Honduras and the United States
We insist that the governments of the region not use repression, violence or force against the people who are fleeing as part of this mass exodus.
One Month Into the Journey, the Refugee Caravan Advances to Defend the Right to Asylum and Safety
The institutionalized violence and insecurity in Central America, backed by the United States, have forced us out of our countries of origin.
Meet Manuel, a Participant in the Refugee Caravan Arriving at the US-Mexico Border This Week
To avoid getting deported, or breaking any laws within the United States, he is seeking asylum from El Salvador.
Caravan Asylum Seekers Learn About Their Rights in Puebla, Mexico
Half of the refugees on the Refugee Caravan are mothers, fighting to protect their young children.
Pueblo Sin Fronteras Stands in Solidarity With Displaced People and Denounces Calls For Violence Against the Refugee Caravan
The systemic violence encountered throughout the migrant route in Mexico is exacerbated by anti-immigrant enforcement policies backed by the U.S. government, fueled by the Mérida Initiative.