Xenofobia y criminalización de migrantes en INM: ONG

24 octubre, 2019

The U.S. Border fence in Tijuana Mexico, Jul 1, 2016. United States and Mexico share nearly 2,000 miles of common border. Under the Secure Fence Act of 2006, the Department of Homeland Security has completed 651 miles of fencing and fence reinforcement, including 299 miles of vehicle barriers and 352 miles of pedestrian fence. Since the first feet was built, the fence has became a character who is constantly change; it intervenes the landscape and impact the communities it passes through, and ultimately, it is altered by the different actors that converge on it. Now, due to the U.S. presidential campaigns debate about it, it had become more visible to both societies sharing the border.

El titular del Instituto Nacional de Migración fue señalado de xenófobo y de promover la criminalización de migrante, por parte de organizaciones ciudadanas. El Consejo Nacional para Prevenir la Discriminacíón inició una investigación

Texto: Chiapas Paralelo

Foto: Foto: Guillermo Arias

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