The new Sierra Club border film, Wild Versus Wall, details the unique and diverse natural areas along the southern borders of California, Arizona, New Mexico, and Texas, and explains how they have been and will be affected by current and planned federal border policy and infrastructure, as well as the danger to our rights and safety imposed by sweeping new powers granted to the Department of Homeland Security. Since its launch, Wild Versus Wall has garnered thousands of hits online and is an Official Selection of the Sedona International Film Festival, 2009.
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