Story from the Brownsville newspaper
The following image seems to have gone viral. The story as I understand it is also rather sad. A family with father, mother and two year old left El Salvador in search of a better life. They arrived in Matamoros … Continue reading →
Family in Brownsville receiving notices on border fence. They are ~1/2 mile from the Rio Grande.
A NYT article highlighting lower levels of border crossings and drug apprehensions in Brownsville in contrast to areas in the Rio Grande further west.
There are a few spots where the wall either cuts off or potentially will go over cemeteries. There is this cemetery and site with the underground railway near Pharr Also of interest to native americans Another cemetery near San Juan … Continue reading →
The Trump Administration has been releasing hundreds if not thousands of migrants in the Rio Grande Valley. One of the first stops for many in Brownsville is the Good Neighbor Settlement House, a homeless shelter. Normally there were a few … Continue reading →