Another migrant caravan originating left the city of Tapachula, Mexico this week in an attempt to reach the U.S.-Mexico border as the American border crisis continues with no end in sight.
The caravan carried a banner that said they were migrants, not criminals. So far, the Mexican National Guard or National Institute of Migration has made any attempts to prevent the caravan from leaving the southern state of Chiapas.
Mexico made it illegal for motorists to provide rides to migrants making their way through the country after caravans formed in 2018 and made it to the U.S. with relative ease. Now migrants must walk the whole way unless buses are provided by the government to break up the optics of large crowds heading north.