Trump’s border wall scarred sacred lands, displaced wildlife and drained water. Can it be taken down?
Along the southernmost edge of Arizona, where the San Pedro River once flowed freely over the border from its headwaters in Mexico, a 30-foot steel wall slices across the channel.
Migration is as old as our species. The need to migrate transcends political boundaries, which reflect only the aftermath of the last invasion. It transcends war and other conflicts. And it transcends borders that do not reflect the intricate web of life, families, communities, and human populations.
The Star and its journalists are commended for their thorough investigations of Trump’s phony claims that his border wall would stop COVID-19 virus from entering the U.S. In fact, the opposite is true; the U.S. has been the source of the widespread and deadly infection now ongoing in northern Mexico....