KBI in the news: NPR Morning Edition “There are protests along the U.S.-Mexico border after judge blocks ending Title 42” : Listen and read NPR’s coverage of the migrant’s protest vigil after a judge ruled to extend Title 42. Morning Edition’s Kirk Siegler interviews Betzaida, an asylum seeker from Guerrero, and KBI’s Director of Education and Advocacy, Pedro De Velasco.
KBI in the news: NPR All Things Considered: “Thousands of asylum seekers still await the end of the pandemic border policy”: Listen and read NPR’s interview with several asylum seekers from Haiti and Mexico who are stranded at the border as they wait for Title 42 to end.
KBI in the news: VICE news: “The Trump Policy Keeping Mothers and Children Broke and Stranded at the Border”: Read more about how Title 42 is worsening conditions at the border, forcing many families to make desperate decisions VICE’s Keegan Hamilton interviews migrants and Chelsea Sachau from the Florence Project to learn more about the humanitarian crisis.
KBI in the news: Global Sisters Report: Frontera: Compassion has no boundaries at the U.S. Mexico border: Photographer, Lisa Elmaleh, and reporter, Peter Tran, travel across the U.S.-Mexico border visiting humanitarian aid shelters to document the faces of those who serve migrants and migrants seeking asylum.