We travel with Matt Malcom to Tijuana to hear the stories of men, women, and children seeking safety at the US/Mexico border. Join us as we discuss the borders we build around our own hearts—and how we can dismantle them.
When we’re afraid, we build walls around ourselves. We yearn for protection. To feel safe. We hem ourselves in. And keep others away.
But what happens when our felt safety comes at a cost? What happens when our fear of “the other” contributes to others not being protected...or safe? Who is “the other," anyway?
How do we start deconstructing the walls around our hearts?