Arizona artist honors migrants who died in desert crossings
Clip: 06/08/2019 | 4m 28s
Despite efforts to curb illegal immigration to the U.S., the number of migrants risking their lives crossing remote and treacherous terrain continues, often at a deadly cost. In Arizona, more than 3,000 human remains have been found over the past 20 years,and many of them are unidentified. But one local artist has made it his mission to honor those who have died. Arizona Public Media has the story
Aired: 06/08/19Video has closed captioning.
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