For Britt Craig and Bob Kee, “illegal immigration” is more than just a subject for political discussion; it is a call to action. Without being paid, the two men regularly travel to the U.S.-Mexico border in order to address the crisis unfolding there each day. Craig, a minuteman, acts as a civilian lookout for the border patrol, reporting anyone he sees trying to enter the United States illegally. Kee, a member of the human rights group Tucson Samaritans, searches the northern borderlands for migrants in need of food or medical help. An estimated 300,000 unauthorized immigrants enter the U.S. each year, but for Craig and Kee it is the individuals crossing, not the numbers, that count.