Comic Illustrates Reality Of Migrant Journey Through South Texas Desert By Consuelo Terra • Feb 11, 2020 ShareTweetEmail Originally published on February 10, 2020 5:15 pm Agua Stations in the South Texas Desert Saves Lives is a journalism comic based on a Texas Public Radio news story by David Martin Davies. The editor is Mauricio Cordero. This is part of an anthology project, BORDERx: A Crisis in Graphic Detail. Copyright 2020 Texas Public Radio. To see more, visit Texas Public Radio. Tags: Border & ImmigrationTexas Public RadioShareTweetEmail Related Content As Access To Asylum Narrows, These Alternatives Are Some Immigrants’ Only Hope By Mallory Falk / KERA & Elizabeth Trovall / Houston Public Media • Feb 10, 2020 Mani Albrecht / U.S. Customs and Border Protection For most migrants fleeing violence or persecution, getting asylum protections in the U.S. has never been easy. ICE Sued Over Treatment Of 5-Year-Old With Head Injury By Associated Press • Feb 10, 2020 Shutterstock The mother of a 5-year-old Guatemalan boy sued U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement over the medical care he has received in detention for a head injury suffered before the family was arrested.