Tijuana has always been a city of migrants searching for a better quality of life. This includes the opportunity to cross to the other side_(USA) or staying in the city and finding a job in the manufacturing industry (which represents almost 50% of the economy) or in the service sector that is supported by leisure tourism, medical tourism or the culinary industry.
Today, the city is experiencing a new flow of migrants from Central America and the Caribbean. As organized groups, they have settled at the ports of entry between the San Diego and Tijuana border hoping that the Biden administration will deal with their plea in a more human way. These images are of the current and growing migrant camp in Tijuana that includes families, young adults, people with disabilities, and other vulnerable human beings.