Pueblo Sin Fronteras

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Pueblo Sin Fronteras is a Chicago-based organization that is heavily involved with the 2018 Migrant caravan.[1] The Associated Press reported the group's essential role, that "it helped charter the route, arrange bus transportation and negotiate with Mexican officials to provide protection. It also raised more than $46,000 online for emergency housing and food."[2]

The organization was founded in 1987 by Emma Lozano.

According to the Wayback Machine, the address of Pueblo Sin Fronteras is 2716 W. Division St. Chicago, IL. 60622. This is the same address as the church that hosted Elvira Arellano.[3]


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