My thoughts of love, prayer and condolences to family, friends, relatives and all who are affected with the fires that took place in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico at a migrant detention center. Approximately 37-39 deaths are reported from this incident where all or most of the individuals are migrants. The location of the Instituto Nacional de Migración, Mexico’s Institute of Migration is just across the United States of America’s border from El Paso Texas. The fire at this facility occurred just days after President Joseph R. Biden JR., designated Castner Range in El Paso as a National Monument.
It is with these thoughts I especially keep close the Mexican-American community who are living in the USA, and have family in Mexico. I reflect upon the vulnerable lives that are claimed from this fire across the border. I think about the women, men and children that take-upon a journey to seek opportunity and the betterment for life, only to fear the worst.
I appreciate America’s relations with Mexico, Central and South America, I thank all who are trying to contain the fire outbreak, and individuals who continue to provide for the provision of hope. The hope in America to include: Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of Happiness.
May God Bless all the victims of this tragedy, rest in peace, amen.
- ABC News | 39 dead after fire breaks out at migrant detention center in Juarez, Mexico
- MIGRANT, TRACTOR TRAILOR, SAN-ANTONIO, TEXAS.
- MIGRATION, ORGANIZED CRIME AND HUMAN SMUGGLING | REFLECTIONS: THE U.S. SOUTHERN BORDER.
- Twitter Link and Handle | .@AmericanoMedia
- Image 1 | Fine Art America | – Link | This is an image of the Benito Pablo Juárez García monument that is located in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico that honors the 26th Mexican President.
With Love & Kindness. 🇺🇸🇲🇽