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On the outskirts of Nogales, Sonora, Mexico, just south of the border at the Mariposa port of entry, volunteers meet undocumented migrants that are deported by the U.S. Border Patrol. Often these deportees were picked up in the desert and the Border Patrol never gives them enough water, food, or proper medical care.
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This rendition of the song features Salvador Duran on guest vocals and the Electric Apes, a horn group from Calgary, Alberta, Canada.