No Mas Muertes installs symbolic art
Members of the immigration issues awareness group No Mas Muertes, as well as NAU faculty and members of the Flagstaff community, gathered on the field behind the W.A. Franke College of Business on the evening of May 1 to lay down 6,000 wooden crosses in memory of those who have died crossing the Mexico-Arizona border as part of an interactive ...
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#1 May 9, 2011
Should have used the crosses to help build the border fence.
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