Overview of 62 miles of open border in the Tohono Indian reservation. The “Trump Wall” was never planned here as far as I have seen, due to the political problems associated with building a border barrier on an Indian reservation. Since 30-foot bollard fences have been built between the reservation and Nogales on the east and Yuma on the west, the reservation has become a major funnel point on the Arizona border for human and drug trafficking.
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Anti-Wall video by the Tohono O’odham tribe. The Tohono O’odham talk about visiting their relatives on the other side of the border, but very few people live just south of he border here. There are a couple small ranches and one very small town. Most of the Tohono O’odham in Mexico live much further South in larger towns and they can more easily drive through the Sasabe or Lukeville border crossing to visit them in Mexico. The people living just south of the Border here are more likely supporting drug and human trafficking operations via the Reservation.
THE TOHONO O’ODHAM NATION OPPOSES A “BORDER WALL”