Borderlinks: humanitarian aid is never a crime
In February 2019, student co-curator Emily Rodden published a series of articles on her research with Tucson-based humanitarian outreach organization, Borderlinks. The research emerged from her work curating the Human Rights in Latin America exhibit at the WCU Museum of Anthropology and Archaeology, in which several humanitarian organizations contributed artifacts found in the Sonoran desert at the US-Mexico border. This is the second of two articles that focus on the high-profile trial of Borderlinks volunteers, who were convicted of providing aid to undocumented migrants.
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Rodden, E. (2019). Borderlinks: humanitarian aid is never a crime. The Quad: The Student News Service of West Chester University Retrieved from https://digitalcommons.wcupa.edu/moaaa_news/3