Another Central American migrant caravan is headed for the U.S. border. The Wilson Center’s Guadalupe Correa says there are both push and pull factors that are drawing an estimated seven- to eight-thousand people north.
Correa has interviewed members of the caravan who say poverty and violence in Honduras were made worse by the pandemic and two major hurricanes. But the prospect of immigration reform by the Joe Biden White House is also drawing the migrants to the U.S. border.
Biden campaigned on a promise to undo many of President Trump’s policies that protected the border.