Migration has been and still is a natural phenomenon among the beings that inhabit the earth. The seeds of plants cross great ranges to germinate in different places; fish, cetaceans and inhabitants of the sea cross oceans periodically to seek survival in the various ecosystems they pass through, and humans have also gone from one place to another in search of new places to inhabit. In the paths that are undertaken, the crossing with diverse ecosystems, people, cities are inevitable.
The Yellow Migration Section project aims to be a companion for travelers on the US-Mexico border. It is thought as a collective work that can be built by the diversity of people who for many years have been reflecting and thinking about the border, the crossing, the roads.
At the same time, it aims to provide practical resources on some autonomous and institutional initiatives that are valuable for the path of migrants and that can generate sympathy, company and smiles when knowing how much they move to make their journeys a little less hostile.