The Marshall Project

Bridge to Nowhere

Photographer Kirsten Luce captures the challenges facing migrants who arrive at a U.S. border crossing in Laredo, Texas.

Kirsten Luce did not have an easy assignment when she traveled to the border city of Laredo, Texas. She traveled with Julia Preston of The Marshall Project and a producer from This American Life to report a story about an immigration court, but

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