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    Arts & Culture

    Jason De Leon in The CW33: “Toe tag art exhibit highlights migrants who died crossing into Arizona desert”


    The exhibit was designed by anthropologist Jason De Leon of UCLA who was inspired by data of remains found scattered throughout the border region in Arizona. A majority of deaths were driven by a change in immigration policy implemented in 1994, which is why the exhibit is called Hostile Terrain 94.