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trying to get a better life or trying to help their family there come in for come from countries are in conflict, then they damage so poor people though they don't have any chance to survive. they basically abandoned by their government. so in the violence is to me, many of these cases that i see every day they are that they are going to die, die there any way they know the risks, and they still do it because there is something really bad happening there. they don't think, i mean thought they love you, lynch general interlock. i just i love it is $400.00 cal. he those data immediately . yep. what matters you in theme formula and as soon as lead us, if he was sick, i mean, a lot of you must more of a moderate us as you know on the look down in order been 3 on buddhist what the mileage is in middle america level actually,
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but you, when we do this that we did a whole douglas basis again unless you this is the only loving it would get me a status on needles. that has been a little the lindsey, i guess what i still space is, is over at the moment, is it going on with my boys? i talked to this, you know what the able to have that. i mean, normally all done in quite a bit. i'm in the country again. when i look old shaneka jennifer, i'm a court order is to sign me like you know, my boss than i thought i go to sign off on data going if those when you use ah ah
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ah ah. a new thing we can tell you, i think it's a bad like a family plan with the for your phone, but that money i'm hot but he made all their mothers gonna even waste their group. okay. yeah. a lot more for maintenance has been a great. i'm calling a call me and i feel america, you know, you know, has been up there were a little,
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has been a day of need. i may and got a little talk a little more about your last name of your love me . i think it, they will let them fall off that a family . yeah. making a few than, you know, i think he's less people if that there won't be enough in my i
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a name with we are in nogales sonora, which is right over the border from the united states. morning. come on, abigail. this shelter is called la rocha. many years ago when this was just getting started, our group of samaritans came to help put this together. there are not nearly enough shelters in nogales to take care of the asylum seekers who are coming. i get is happening every matter. mama, probably ones have been there many arriving from lee triangle, which is hon. doris el salvador watermark. many, many people are coming from guerrero because the gangs apparently have taken over with my name is
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shara, so we're good morning. sure. yeah, i can. okay, with tell me what you would do if you let your child go out to play. the chances of your seeing, your child again were very minimal because they're going to be scarf out by the games. and by the cartel i was very good. i know that many people in the united states have absolutely no idea of what is happening down here. and they
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only know what they read in the newspaper, most of which is fallacious. oh, you can't trust these people. they're all drug addict and no one sees these people as human beings. they've become monsters in the eyes of so many people. ah, me to the border. you look into the faces of the people and the children that our policies are affecting so dramatically. how many people do you want to leave their home in your country? and i wanted him as a young man. so i'm not up with him. but i made us yoshi,
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this even that not the latino able to spoken to them is new them of the home. you know without them the way i love it. i like it. it is in the ceiling. unless cmo must been up on the thing with me is union is that it was what i am the is that was the melanie. when to me, we did these invoices and the ones that i got most of you are in my heart, you are in my heart. okay. so i will, i will see you. my mission is to do the very best that i can for the people and be very honest with them and tell them, you know, when, when i'm speaking to the migrants at the commodore, i seem to not cross by yourself. it is too dangerous and tell them the pitfalls and that's the best that i can do. and i wish
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that i could do more. and i, at this point, i can't no other than giving him a hug. and telling him that i love him. with ah, there's a map, whatever humane waters very shows. 3000 red dots where people have died here in the front or on this earth. and when i saw a map, that's what sort of led me to this project. because i want to bring those red dots on the map. a map is an abstraction, it's not, it's not the territories, not. the geographical location is just
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a map showing approximately where person was found. you need the real couple graphical maps and the exact gps locations to, to find the site isn't fully total. so you figure, i eat a little food cycles, power more your, when we get on think you react almost all scenarios is kendall. let me go ahead. when you want to go it goes to commerce, paula: cuz i didn't miss if wanted to roll. lucas this little moment. the most important thing. so let's say of arrow wants to put up a new cross for people that died in 2019. you can search those people
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and then that pulls up all these red dots. so these are all remains that were recovered in 2019 ok. so this person's right here. i already mentioned and then you can see on this dot all the remains that were been recovered in the vicinity where this, this man was so different people use this information for different reasons. so, so there you have 3 different groups of different purposes. looking at the same information, one group that wants to put out water and prevent deaths and they look where people are, are being found to know where to put water. they want to put water where people are dying to prevent more people from dying. one person who has more of a, just a remembrance type thing with, for the samaritans to put out, you know, crosses which is of oral. and then us who want to know if we have a new, a new death or if additional portions of an older one. so just kind of
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interesting how very gross and different focus has come together to use the same information. ah oh thank years ago, the taliban were a different today or more violent than ever before. 20 years ago. the really kind of to stick with central press for so parks to they did not have non political at all. except that deal with quincy bulky and has their own interest. but years ago there was some sort of kind of dialogue with the others to see what they can do. today they are so kind of restrict you are limited to check your chicken one cabinet from one existing call question and from 2 from inside question. don't just completely concentrate on west cult this
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with these are the 4 people who pulled the trigger and survive something on survival. one to the hardest things that i had to face was not counting a face at a low expectation to life. i accepted. accept the fact that i made that appointment . we had no fears. del change pretty fast for shots with different stories behind the bullets. with
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join me every thursday on the alex salmon. sure. i'll be speaking to guess on the world politics sport. business. i'm sure business. i'll see you then use
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oh i came here from columbia in the ninety's sixty's or i came you to go to school to go to college. i came here legally. it came here, i played, i came to new york city or looking for the american dream like everybody else at the time. and i knew that i didn't have a future in columbia because my family was very poor. i knew that i wasn't gonna be able to do much with my life. so i had to come here years like most micros. this is where you find what you're looking for. you know, this is the land of milk and honey,
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this is the promised land for this is when you become somebody for this is what i do. this is, this is by religion. this is my practice. this is my meditation. this is my opportunity to connect to the own bodies in my own life. and to be part of that migration because i am one of them wanted to look in. ah, the unlucky are the 3000 that have died here. did 2000 that have disappeared here and they have family that had been separated and many, many,
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many more that we don't know about. ah a be coming to every tuesday. for the past 6 years. i 8 people to help me with this. i have volunteers, american volunteers will help me carry. what are we leave? what out here? we have groceries we need to carries commanding. we are about 35 miles on the mexican border. and every migrant at
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a conference is wrote here. and this is the water head and it's free. don't have any trade here. there's no place for you to get out of that kills you. we can always always leave water hoping that there are no more casualties. people in body this is the end of the road. and we can that drive any more from here. so we are here are probably not very far from the site and then going up to just like the migrant who died year dead. so we pretty much gonna be walk in the
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same area before this person. i me see the gps, do what we have we hi okay. c this person was found on february 5, 2018. skeletal remains on identified. ah, we're very, very close to the area for their site. with we have 11 gallo so we're all together. so we need to save some for the next stop. i'm with
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with we're here to do something that is very close to my heart to give someone a presence, to give someone a little bit of recognition that this person came a long way from home and died here. and the dream ended here. and i hope that the idea of the american dream doesn't die altogether, that he will per door. that will stay because we need, we are countries migrants and went in migration to renew our ideals. and our notion of, of where we are as a country with
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me, very careful here with his rocks. there's our rattlesnakes here with y. i stay there. stay there with don't yo, i stay, but i don, don't breathe, feeble in, in latin america. believe that when someone dies at that particular location,
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the spirit stays somewhere, leaves the body and continues to hang there. and i'm hoping that my action by putting that marker there will in a way, till the spurs that poor people who care about that we are humans with good intentions. and that we have morals and that we care, that we are not people who are want to cause any suffering. little bit of water here. ok. okay, we're going to be reading a poem, so please keep a minute, minute of silence here. and while she's running that reflect on your own losses in your own life,
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connect them to this person here. thomas j spotty, dealt with kane. his have been to see if we need to stop the cornish that we cannot continue to lead people in the twenties and thirties die here. if you could, you shouldn't be dying at that age. you shouldn't be dying when you're 20. you shouldn't be dying when you're 30, and you shouldn't be dying. looking for the dream that this country advertised success. as here is where you find it. that's why they call it the american dream. but now i thought a dream was a nightmare. the cry of the children. oh, do you hear the children weeping? all my brothers air. the sorrow comes with years. they are leaning their young
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heads against their mothers and that cannot stop their tears. the young lambs are bleeding in the meadows. the young burns are cheap chirping in their nest. the young fawns are playing with the shadows. the young flowers are blowing toward the west, but the young young children, oh my brothers. they are weeping bitterly. they are weeping in the play time. others in the country of the free ah for ah
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ah ah ah ah ah
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ah ah ah ah, ah ah ah, is your media a reflection of reality in the world transformed what will make you feel safe?
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isolation, whole community? are you going the right way, or are you being that somewhere? direct? what is true? what is? ah, in the world corrupted, you need to descend a join us in the depths or remain in the shallows. when i see black, i see part of myself, i was growing black america spoke to me. why destroyed you did not those who say black lives matter is a movement we are importing from america. no, nothing of who we are. i lived in a world where white lives mattered and i was not was like missing.
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and i wasn't known from black america. i learned how to speak back to whiteness. aboriginal people here on your pre di, we're out. now with the police were out with. she states, i'm scared that more children are going to grow up in the country that think says no racism, but they're more likely to end up in the criminal justice system. then they're all the fellow friends in daycare the way of life of reindeer herders leading a traditionally nomadic lifestyle in the tundra is similar to a parallel reality. while the men drive the hoods, women carry the weight of the household work on their shoulders. rather than make sure that when it was the last sheet, now when you get your blood,
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i know it's thinking however, in the vast expanse of russia, there is a spot where a house wife could secure regular employment standards. it's in the fall semester with these are the 4 people who pulled the trigger and survive something on survival. one of the hardest things that i had to face was not having a face. i had a low expectation of life. i accepted the accept the fact that i made that work. we had no fears. jell change pretty fast. 4 shots, different stories behind the bullets. these
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people learn from their own experience. how vulnerable of business is to the bank. so he pushes my business over, the age, pushes me right to the edge, bankruptcy. now i realize we were good. this isn't just the back that may be involved in this is the concept. see, firms is, is the lawyers, these people have got you want other stories. i don't want kind of whistle blower. tell people's marriages have broken up. they've lost their family homes. it is spectacularly devastating for people's lives. they have committed suicide, but left behind, nor the explicitly state that it was the constant intimidation and billing by buying coff resource that late them to i talked to spy. it's obscene, these people up, nor saw for
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a 3 year. ah, in the stories that shaped the week, we marked 20 years since the u. s. and allies invaded afghanistan, toppling the taliban regime. and now in the wake of the pentagon, pull out many questions are still being asked with violence. they're continuing to rage and the gas prices scale down in europe, up to russia, pledges to boost supplies. but the move, having stopped us politicians from blaming moscow for the crisis. and the rapid rise of one of europe's youngest leaders comes to a dramatic holes as austrian lee, the sebastian curt quits, had made allegations of embezzlement and bribery. and.


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