Katie Bandera

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Volunteers want a more humane way of tracking illegal immigrants

<i>By KVEO NEWSCENTER 23</i><p>MCALLEN, TX (Nicole Collier) — Illegal immigrants passing through the Valley often only have the clothes on their backs. …

Crossing the Rio Grande… with the help of a U.S. immigration officer as force targets upsurge in Mexicans trying to get over border

• Arrests up 65 per cent on Mexican border with Texas as drug cartels drive lucrative human smuggling trade<br>• Number of bodies found in Rio Grande Valley …

Fatal Crossing: The Lives That End at America's Desolate Border

Bruce Anderson, a forensic anthropologist at the Pima County Medical Examiner’s office, was already on the job—and getting overwhelmed by the steady …

Illegal immigration as art exhibit

A University of Michigan anthropologist shares some of the chilling artifacts he found along the Mexican border<p>In the summer of 2012, University of Michigan anthropologist Jason De León and a group of his students were doing fieldwork in the Sonoran Desert in Arizona when they came across the body …

When undocumented migrants photograph their own journey across the border

After years of documenting migration in Mexico, Spanish-born photographer Encarni Pindado began a new project that handed the equipment — disposable Kodak cameras — to the migrants themselves and people who interact with them along the way.<p>“We’ve seen photos of the journey migrants take through …

UNDOCUMENTED MIGRATION PROJECT

Understanding Migrants Through The Things They Carried

Archaeologists usually uncover every day objects that give us a peek into the lives of people long gone. But one man is turning his attention to the things left behind by people who try to cross the border between Mexico and the United States. Guest host Celeste Headlee speaks with Jason De Leon, …

An anthropologist records the lives behind the border crossings

Over 400,000 people were deported last year alone — setting a record high of deportations in the United States. Many might not stop to think about …

The Things They Carried: Jason De Leon’s Undocumented Migration Project

Today, the New York Times featured a few photographs from the work of anthropologist Jason De León, who is documenting with tremendous thoughtfulness …

The Undocumented Migration Project: University Of Michigan Researcher Documents Belongings Left Behind While Crossing The Border (VIDEO)

Not many people consider the human side of immigration, let alone take the time to document the belongings of those left behind by the migrants crossing the U.S.-Mexico border.<p>Worn sneakers, dirty backpacks and empty water bottles fill the Sonoran desert. Each object tells a story of struggle, hope …

Curating the Traces Left by Undocumented Migrants

In the summer of 2012, University of Michigan anthropologist Jason De León and a group of his students were doing fieldwork in the Sonoran Desert in …

Explorers

Immigration: Rethinking Policy & Creating Community

@AmericanAnthro insists protection of #DACADreamers be re-instituted indefinitely & without exception.Click To Tweet <b><br>Update February 2018</b>: Strong …

Anthropology prof discovers ‘new type of’ illegal immigrant who knows only American life

An anthropology professor at the University of Michigan says he has discovered a new-fangled category of immigrants trying to cross the border into …

The Journey to El Norte

The Journey to El Norte<p><i>How archaeologists are documenting the silent migration that is transforming America</i><p>In a secluded part of the Arizona …

Viewing Illegal Immigration Through Desert Debris

0<p>SHARES<p>We don’t see or hear the border patrol agents until they’re almost on top of us. There are two of them, both white; one older and wiry, the …

undocumentedmigrationproject.com

by admin on May 8, 2018 • No Comments<p>The Undocumented Migration Project featured on Radiolab’s Border Trilogy. Check out all three episodes below:<p>by …

Illegal Immigration: 39,000 Unaccompanied Children Will Try to Cross U.S.-Mexico Border [REPORT]

Another surge of child immigrants are expected to descend upon the southern U.S. border over the next few months, with the most recent migration data …

Exhibit explores forensic anthropology through migrant deaths

"Speaking for the Dead: Exploring Forensic Anthropology" combines ASU faculty research, interactive displays, artwork and multimedia presentations in …

Sallys Baking Addiction Cinnamon Swirl Banana Bread - Sallys Baking Addiction

• 2 cups (250g) white whole wheat flour <i>(or all-purpose flour)</i><br>• 3/4 teaspoon baking soda<br>• 1/2 teaspoon salt<br>• 1 teaspoon ground cinnamon<br>• 1/2 cup (100g) light …

Post-traumatic stress 'evident in 1300BC'

<b>Evidence of post-traumatic stress disorder can be traced back to 1300BC - much earlier than previously thought - say researchers.</b><p>The team at Anglia Ruskin University analysed translations from ancient Iraq or Mesopotamia.<p>Accounts of soldiers being visited by "ghosts they faced in battle" fitted …

The language apocalypse is coming, and many tongues are already all but dead

Language is something many of us take for granted. We use it every day, and we can almost always find people who share the same languages as us. But that's not true of everyone.<p>In some parts of the world, there are only a few dozen people who still speak a language — or even only one …

Tweakers 'N Diggers: Looters are pillaging Native American burial grounds to finance their meth habits

As Geoff Donaldson sprinted across a barren southern Illinois crop field at dusk on January 26, 2007, he breathed aloud a prayer: "Lord, <i>please</i> make …

A bleak chapter in US history gets uncovered in Idaho

It’s been more than 70 years since the US government relocated 120,000 people of Japanese descent to internment camps during World War II. Families were taken from their homes for reasons of “national security.”<p>This difficult chapter in American history has been well documented and chronicled. Many …

Anthropologist uncovers issues of gender inequality in archaeology journals

On an archaeology field trip in New Mexico as an undergraduate in 2006, Dana Bardolph noticed something that struck her as an odd gender imbalance: …

The search for truth in a graveyard for boys

The darkness started to fall on the pines and the kudzu-covered fields and on the little cemetery when a thundercloud erupted in the distance, and …