I spent some time in El Paso a couple of years ago. It was clear to see how entwined it is culturally, socially and economically with the Mexican city of Juárez which sits just across the Rio Grande. A wall between these two cities will be destructive and divisive on so many levels.
These are some of the amazing murals I photographed in Segundo Barrio – one of the oldest area of El Paso and the closest to the boarder crossing with Mexico. In 2016, the area was placed on the Most Endangered Places in Texas.