Photos taken at the San Pedro Sula, Honduras bus terminal on 2019/01/14. It is known that the caravan will depart tonight at 11pm. Update, another source said that they will be leaving at 5am. Photo credits: Anonymous. Update 9:46PM PST: Source says that there is an estimate of 2000 people in the caravan. They have […]
2018-11-18: Vivian, a Computer Tech graduate Asylum Seeker telling his story “I didn’t migrate, I ran for my life….” 2018-11-19: Asylum Seekers Vivian from Honduras telling his story Translation: Interviewer: We are here in.. Vivian: Jalisco. Jalisco, Guadalajara. Interviewer: Ok. Who am I speaking with? Vivian: My name is Vivian Ojeliq Verde Calix. Interviewer: Where […]
2018-11-23 Asylum Seekers Caravan: Reading a note of support from a San Francisco California student to an Asylum Seeker I met at the border between US and Tijuana.
2018-11-23 Asylum Seekers Caravan: Sharing with us about the garden that exists at the border of the US and Tijuana. Please, if you can, donate to them. They are doing real work; not BS: https://www.facebook.com/donate/485476331860297/10155577132195947/
2018-11-23 Asylum Seekers Caravan: Mom shares some of her story.
2018-11-19: Asylum Seekers Caravan – Adults and child playing soccer
Vivían, asylum seeker from Honduras, just sent me this video. It’s unknown where they are for sure, but is the day that they were leaving Jalisco. I asked, I am still waiting for the answer. He is part of bus that was taking them out of Jalisco at the border with Nayarit. 2018-11-19: Asylum Seekers […]
Yojahira Mabel Leonardo Dubon, 17 years old, and Kevin Samuel Madrid Pineda, 20 years old. Hondurans, in 2018-11-19 were in Tlaquepaque, Jalisco. Update: 2018-11-20: I don’t know where they are now. Them like others that we couldn’t help. We don’t know if they are now. They they are walking and finding other ways to reach […]
2018-11-19: Yordi Ezequiel Mejia Flores (about 4 years old), message for mom in USA Child: Yardi Ezequiel Mejia Flores – Father: Wilmar Ancisar Mejia Suazo Interview’s English translation: I: What’s your name? Yordi: (I can’t understand the first name?) Mejia Flores I: And where are you from? Yordi: From Honduras I: and who are you traveling […]