Melinda Tuhus recounts the nine days she recently spent in Tucson, Arizona and south across the border in Nogales, Mexico, where she spoke with asylum-seekers and the people who are supporting them to learn firsthand about a microcosm of the current migrant crisis. She walked migrant trails in the desert, visited shelters and communal kitchens, and volunteered for three days at a Catholic monastery converted into a refuge for asylum seekers.
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