Protesters supporting the migrant caravan in Tijuana, Mexico marched next to the border wall with Mexico in San Diego, California to show their solidarity.
The journey of Central American asylum seekers has been dangerous. They have crossed zones controlled by drug-trafficking cartels, slept rough at night, faced harsher weather conditions in northern Mexico and anti-immigrant bigots.
On Sunday, after a group attempted to breach the border, entire families faced U.S. Border Patrol agents who fired tear gas and rubber bullets at them. However, it's not all violence and racism. That same day, people rallied on the U.S. side of the border in support of the migrants and their rights to request asylum.