Borders & Bodies

February 2011
Earth First! Journal;Spring2011, Vol. 31 Issue 2, p56
The article discusses the fate of illegal and undocumented migrants passing the border between the U.S. and Mexico. It cites the border wall stretch with surveillance equipment, giant towers with cameras and sensors, and border security and patrols that openly support racism and prevent biological diversity. The borders provide state surveillance that zooms from all angles to monitor thousands of humans and thousands of non-humans die and cut off from migration paths.


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