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Preview: Steve Inskeep Travels U.S.-Mexico Border

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Preview: Steve Inskeep Travels U.S.-Mexico Border

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Preview: Steve Inskeep Travels U.S.-Mexico Border

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DAVID GREENE, HOST:

Our colleague Steve Inskeep is on the road, traveling the entire U.S.-Mexico border, east to west, from the Gulf of Mexico to the Pacific. As part of the project, a team of NPR correspondents is pursuing stories about people, goods and culture crossing that border.

You'll hear their reporting and Steve's stories on MORNING EDITION and other programs later this month. But you can follow along on the journey, beginning today. You'll find notes and photos, a real travel log on one of our Tumblr accounts, NPR On the Road. It's at nprontheroad.tumblr.com - no spaces, all one word, nprontheroad.tumblr.com. And remember, there's no E in Tumblr.

I'm actually looking at the site now. They already have a gorgeous photo posted from the mouth of the Rio Grande.

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