Luz Tenue/Low Light: an intimate view of migration in Tijuana by David Maung Luz Tenue/Low Light: an intimate view of migration in Tijuana by David Maung
Tijuana participativa: Tijuana will join in worldwide movement of 100 en 1 día Tijuana participativa: Tijuana will join in worldwide movement of 100 en 1 día
Outsourcing workers: deported grandfather finds a U.S. job in Tijuana Outsourcing workers: deported grandfather finds a U.S. job in Tijuana
Tijuana Photo of the Day Sad separation: dad stuck in San Diego after his green card is stolen

Sad separation: dad stuck in San Diego after his green card is stolen

Hector Hernandez was eager to have a family picture with his wife and girls. Rosana Gonzalez, not so much. When Hector Hernandez was robbed, his green card was stolen and he ended up stranded in San Diego away from his family. He normally lives in Tijuana with his wife Rosana […]

Border Wall Border wall in Jacumba

Border wall in Jacumba

The border wall, first built as a barbed wire fence in 1911 to restrict cattle crossing, visible for miles in the distance.                                                         […]

Migrant Stories Outsourcing workers: deported grandfather finds a U.S. job in Tijuana

Outsourcing workers: deported grandfather finds a U.S. job in Tijuana

Robert Vivar, a father and grandfather, made a good living working construction in Corona, California. That is, until he was tracked down by ICE and deported in 2011. Now, along with thousands of others recently deported from the U.S., Vivar works at Telvista, a call center and one of the […]

Tijuana Colonias 100en1diaTijuana: movimento mundial

100en1diaTijuana: movimento mundial

Tijuana va a participar en un movimento mundial. 7 de junio, 2014 ¡No faltes!

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Luz Tenue/Low Light: an intimate view of migration in Tijuana by David Maung
Border Art

Luz Tenue/Low Light: an intimate view of migration in Tijuana by David Maung

David Maung, a photojournalist who has lived nearly 20 years in Tijuana, has spent the past 12 years documenting the processes of migration in the region. On Friday, March 28, 2014, he presented his work at the Centro Cultural Tijuana (CECUT), photos with intimacy and tenderness, capturing everyday moments in […]

100en1diaTijuana: movimento mundial
Tijuana Colonias

100en1diaTijuana: movimento mundial

Tijuana va a participar en un movimento mundial. 7 de junio, 2014 ¡No faltes!

Tijuana participativa: Tijuana will join in worldwide movement of 100 en 1 día
Tijuana Urban Art

Tijuana participativa: Tijuana will join in worldwide movement of 100 en 1 día

“This is something everyone knows: A well-used city street is apt to be a safe street. A deserted city street is apt to be unsafe.” –Jane Jacobs, The Death and Life of Great American Cities (1961) Indeed, as Jane Jacobs argued in 1961, what makes a city great is the […]

Border wall in Jacumba
Border Wall

Border wall in Jacumba

The border wall, first built as a barbed wire fence in 1911 to restrict cattle crossing, visible for miles in the distance.                                                         […]

Outsourcing workers: deported grandfather finds a U.S. job in Tijuana
Migrant Stories

Outsourcing workers: deported grandfather finds a U.S. job in Tijuana

Robert Vivar, a father and grandfather, made a good living working construction in Corona, California. That is, until he was tracked down by ICE and deported in 2011. Now, along with thousands of others recently deported from the U.S., Vivar works at Telvista, a call center and one of the […]

Border wall at La Rumorosa
Border Wall / Jacumba

Border wall at La Rumorosa

Just south of the tiny town of Ocotillo, California, and high up in the rugged mountains, a barbed wire fence marks the boundary between San Diego and Baja California.

Feeling powerless: one deported migrant’s story from Tijuana
Migrant Stories

Feeling powerless: one deported migrant’s story from Tijuana

Jose Luis Cisneros’s face still bears the marks of the violence he suffered more than 10 years ago. Cisneros, now in his mid-50s, spent 20 years working as a migrant farm worker in Washington, Oregon and California, crossing back and forth following the harvests. But Cisneros’s life changed dramatically in […]

Sunrise on Tecate Peak
Tecate Peak

Sunrise on Tecate Peak

The border wall snakes up to the top of Tecate Peak.

Binational Friendship Garden in Tijuana-San Diego gets some new salvia plants
Border Art

Binational Friendship Garden in Tijuana-San Diego gets some new salvia plants

Since 2007, Dan Watman has had a dream. To use the natural environment and common friendship as a means to overcome the fear and paranoia for which the United States border wall is our most potent and odious symbol. What better way, then, but to cultivate a garden of native […]

Sad separation: dad stuck in San Diego after his green card is stolen
Tijuana Photo of the Day

Sad separation: dad stuck in San Diego after his green card is stolen

Hector Hernandez was eager to have a family picture with his wife and girls. Rosana Gonzalez, not so much. When Hector Hernandez was robbed, his green card was stolen and he ended up stranded in San Diego away from his family. He normally lives in Tijuana with his wife Rosana […]