Mexico | A View from Both Sides: Stories of Migration by Photographer Encarni Pindado

April 30, 2014 · Leave a Comment 

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A young man hitches a ride on top of a cargo train from Arriaga, Chiapas to Ixtepec, Oaxaca in southern Mexico. In addition to the risk of falling off the train (amputations and death are common), gangs frequently extort migrants and charge them $100 to ride. They face threats of being thrown off the train, kidnapped, raped or trafficked if they do not pay. Photo by MigraZoom participant.

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US/Mexico | CatherineMarie Davalos: Dancing Across Borders

April 30, 2014 · Leave a Comment 

Davalos“Volver” choreographed and performed by CatherineMarie Davalos. Photo by David Gaylord 

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Mexico | Artist Andrea Arroyo Honors the Lost Girls of Ciudad Juárez

April 1, 2013 · Leave a Comment 

women_juarez_0506_articleAndrea Arroyo, “Rebozo,” from Flor de Tierra, Homage to the Women of Juárez. 

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