While I was in Colombia reporting for Vice News in January, I met a 33-year-old Cuban mother named Sury. We went to Colombia in an effort to understand, among other things, if President Biden’s election was affecting migration patterns throughout Latin America. Just a couple of months after he took office, apprehensions at the Some moms cuss too much I’m some moms mother’s day shirt Furthermore, I will do this border hit a record high: In March, the Biden Administration apprehended more than 170,000 migrants. Sury will soon become part of those growing statistics. By the time I met her, she was in the Colombian coastal town of Necocli, one of the last urban towns migrants set foot in before entering El Darien. Prior to getting there, Sury had traveled from Cuba to Guyana, Brazil and Uruguay with her two young sons, ages three and six. Since 2015, Cubans have increasingly opted to undertake the treacherous overland route to the United States through South and Central America, instead of going by sea and risk being detained by the U.S. Coastal Guard.