Take a look at this short film that succinctly describes the life of the undocumented.
Border Angels is incredibly proud of our own Jacqueline Arellano for her participation in NPR’s “Going There: Beyond Borders” with Michel Martin. She took part in a provocative conversation about the dynamics of living near the US-Mexico border. To see Jaqueline in action, click the image below. Check it out here!
Help with Hugo’s medical care here Hugo Castro is my friend, my compadre and a true Border Angel. He was born in Salinas California 45 years ago and has dedicated his life in service to others. He is a father with three older children and recently (one year ago) he
Hugo Castro was found severely beaten just outside of Mexico City, and remains in critical condition. Univision reports: (Español)
For his exhaustive work protecting immigrants and being a voice for the undocumented community, Enrique Morones has been nominated for a Malin Burnham award. Click here to vote!
Border Angels Volunteer Hugo Castro was found alive earlier this week, however the injuries he sustained are significant, and he needs to receive care in the United States, where he is a citizen. The Go Fund Me will pay for Hugo to get back to the U.S., where he can
Hugo Castro has been found outside of Mexico City. More details as they emerge. http://timesofsandiego.com/life/2017/04/14/border-angels-hugo-castro-missing-in-mexico-amid-chilling-video-appeal/
Hugo Castro has been found outside of Mexico City. More details as they emerge. Video: CBS News 8 Report Border Angels’ Hugo Castro Missing in Mexico Amid Chilling Video Appeal
Many Haitian refugees have decided to stay in Mexico after being denied entrance to the US. Border Angels Executive Director Enrique Morones spoke with KPBS midday edition to discuss the ongoing effort to help migrants in Tijuana.