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  • Added 5 years ago to documentaries

    Mark J.

    Hainds is a naturalist, adventurer, and author from Andalusia, Alabama who quit his job and planned a trek of the Texas - Mexico border that many people thought he would not survive.

    Mark’s walk began at International Boundary Marker 1 in El Paso and ended over a thousand miles later at Boca Chica Beach in Brownsville, where the Rio Grande empties into the Gulf of Mexico.

    From right-wing ranchers to cowboy poets to human-rights activists to fence / wall opponents, Mark met a myriad of people along the way who were eager to discuss the balance between border security and immigration justice.

    DirvRex Jones - The Southern Documentary Project