Border & Immigration

Katie Schoolov / KPBS

This week on Fronteras:    

  • A campaign to let everyone know they are welcome, regardless of race, creed, ethnicity, or immigration status.
  • Mexico considers its options in response to president-elect Trump’s threats to pull out of NAFTA.
  • The struggles immigrant artists face in a new country with a different language.
  • What would a Mexican Christmas be without tamales?  Jesse Moreno, the owner of La Popular Tamale House in Dallas, has been making tamales for over 30 years. 
  • A match.com match that turned out to be more important than love.
  •  A big bundle of help arrives for the families of the five Dallas police officers gunned down last summer, just in time for Christmas

 

Lorne Matalon / Marfa Public Radio

This week on Fronteras: 

Mexican senators threaten to cancel dozens of treaties with the U.S. due to Trump’s election and his proposed border wall.

Searching for a missing migrants along the border.

Sexual assault evidence kits continue to sit without being tested in New Mexico.

West Texas pipeline protestors take inspiration from the success of the Standing Rock Sioux.

Checking in with Lindsay Diaz, who lost her suburban Dallas home in last year’s Christmas weekend tornado.

U.S. House of Representatives

Congressman Henry Cuellar, a Laredo Democrat, says the U.S. Border Patrol is making recommendations to incoming President Trump for the kind of wall that might be built between Texas and Mexico.  

Joey Palacios / Texas Public Radio

On Fronteras:  Immigrant Families Released, Crowds Protest White Nationalist, Border Wall Exhibit

This week on Fronteras:   

  •  Hundreds of Central American women and children pour into San Antonio after  being released from immigrant detention centers.
  • Crowds turn out to protest white nationalist Richard Spencer at Texas A&M University.
  • Deputies in West Texas arrest pipeline protestors who chained themselves to a company fence.
  • An artistic perspective on border security, the existing fence between the U.S. and Mexico and the proposed wall.

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