Borderland crisis: Activists warn that Arizona border checkpoints put more migrants in danger

chainlink-fence-pixabay-no-att-reqBy Megan Janetsky and Johanna Huckeba | The Republic

Daryl Gaspar sits alone on a shelter bench just outside the U.S.-Mexico border in Nogales, Sonora.

Her hands wind methodically around the blue and yellow strings of a bracelet she’s weaving. There’s a quietness about her.

Just days earlier she was deported from the United States, after walking three nights in the desert.  Gaspar crossed the border illegally with two others, including her husband. She said she crossed to look for work, leaving two sons back in her home state of Guerrero, Mexico.

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