[Total: 0 Average: 0/5] Every year, hundreds of migrants die in the desert from dehydration. Humane Borders is dedicated to saving their lives by providing water along the way of their grueling and dangerous journey. “It’s not for me to judge whether they are breaking the law; I just want to help human beings in need.” For more #GrottoStories subscribe to our YouTube channel here: https://www.youtube.com/GrottoNetwork Connect with us on social media! Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/GrottoNetwork/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/GrottoNetwork Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/GrottoNetwork/ Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/GrottoNetwork/ Visit us at grottonetwork.com/ Never miss a beat! Subscribe to our weekly newsletter: http://bit.ly/2Dlzud7 — | TRANSCRIPT | Tucson, Arizona: For I was hungry, and you gave me food; I was thirsty, and you gave me drink; I was a stranger, and you welcomed me. — Matthew 25:35 Stephen Saltonstall: Every time I go out into the desert, I am struck by its beauty. It’s an absolutely stunning landscape. But that is ironic, because it’s also a killing field. Humane Borders is dedicated to the proposition that people who cross the border unlawfully shouldn’t die. Water is life, so of course it’s important for people in the desert. We have 50 water stations in the Sonoran Desert, which we check periodically. We want to make sure that the migrants have excellent drinking water. And so we not only test it, we taste it and smell it, make sure that it’s okay. I always analogize it to tasting food for the king. Yeah, I think that’s right, 15. So 15 gallons might be seven people. We have death maps which show the place where people have been found, and we try our best to put water stations in places where we know migrants are going to be. Diane Hoelter: We need to be doing something here, reaching out to these people that are […]
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