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No Border Wall: Destabilizing Borderland Ecosystems, Perpetuating Human Suffering
09-17-2019, 12:38 AM,
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No Border Wall: Destabilizing Borderland Ecosystems, Perpetuating Human Suffering
No Border Wall: Destabilizing Borderland Ecosystems, Perpetuating Human Suffering

<p><em>More than 650 miles of barriers already exist along the border. These walls, fences and barriers cut through sensitive ecosystems, disrupt animal migration patterns, cause catastrophic flooding, and divide communities and tribal nations.</em></p>
<p>Congress has already approved more than $3 …</p>
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