In response to the “humanitarian crisis” of immigrants coming from Honduras, here is a story that talks about the gangs that are a big part of the border problem. Calling Honduras the ‘murder capital of the world’ means nothing if you don’t see it.
For a long time Americans have ignored the South of the border in hopes that if would go away, but it’s our responsibility as a nation to reach out to our neighbors and help them. Not to be a closed in ‘private’ community who get all worked up when brown folks move into the neighborhood. Suddenly, everyone who doesn’t want to help them begins to redefine what humanitarian aid means and who’s going to provide it. (keep reading)