Spotlight on the zero tolerance program of the Trump Administration.
- What are the immigration proposals?
- Who are the local reporters, activists and politicians working along the border?
One caravan is in Piedras Negras, another is making its way through southern Mexico. Will caravans continue as Mexico attempts to register and legalize Central Americans who transit the country? https://t.co/V501sYfvrS pic.twitter.com/qh6IdnB3WD
— Sandra Dibble (@sandradibble) February 11, 2019
SPJ San Diego: Last November at the Tijuana-San Diego border, the migrant caravan arrived, and along with it, a flood of international coverage. Images of thousands of weary people, tear gas canisters, mothers fleeing with children, and makeshift shelters overflowing with sewage captured the public imagination. Yet as media attention waned and families remained at the border, what happened next? Please join the San Diego chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists at San Diego Central Library‘s Shiley Special Events Suite (9th floor) on Wednesday, Nov. 6 for a lively discussion on the caravan, the border, and immigration policy. Featured panelists are veteran journalists from Tijuana and San Diego who will reflect and share their thoughts about what unfolded in the year following the “caravan.” Free and open to the public.
Join panelists @GmoAriasC, @tijuanapress, @ines_acento, @djtorquemada, and @msrikris, along with moderator @ESMcIntyre, on Nov. 6 for a @sdspj discussion about the border and immigration policy. More info here: https://t.co/XdHw2LV1xV
— SanDiego SPJ (@sdspj) October 19, 2019