Home / News from NPR / A Latin American Christmas Tradition Takes On New Meaning Along The Border
The posada is a holiday tradition of re-enacting Mary and Joseph's search for shelter in Bethlehem. Along the U.S. border with Mexico, it's evolved into a commentary on immigration policy.

A Latin American Christmas Tradition Takes On New Meaning Along The Border

By Liz Baker NPR
Copyright 2019 NPR. To see more, visit https://www.npr.org.

Read the full story on NPR.org »

Check Also

Activists Decry Femicides After Another Woman Is Killed In Juárez, Mexico

Activists chanted "Not one more" as they marched in Juárez Saturday. The killing of artist and activist Isabel Cabanillas ignited anger in a city with a gruesome history of violence against women.