Invisible Mothers

To die living and dragging their own to the abyss is the greatest danger of crossing in search of a dream  At least eight have gotten out in Arizona. All of them pay a bond between $10,000 and $25,000 thousand dollars that they never had, that were donated; That money came to them through organizations…

Mothers without children: deported and locked

Arizona — Gredis Alvarado has not seen her two girls for nine months. The woman is at her home in Guatemala and they are somewhere in Texas. They came together to the United States border but ended up locked in different centers. Alvarado is one of hundreds of mothers who were separated by federal authorities…

Migrant children: The face of the alien dream

Arizona – I met Fermina in 2010, in the heat of the anti-immigrant law SB1070. The Guatemalan cried inconsolably of guilt when she learned that her son Nelson had crossed the border illegally, crossing the devouring desert of Sonora, all to see her again. Praying for him every night for three years; she also prayed…

Poor migrants: The martyrs of double standards

May 10, 2018 Fifteen migrants on a hunger strike were enough to reveal contrasts: the indifference of the authorities and the generosity of people not looking for a vote or a bone. ARIZONA – I’ve seen them when they turn around and pretend they’re not there. I have seen how they pass them with their…