In her new book, Belén Fernández is driven by an urge to expose empire’s death-making machine, even if it means exposing her own absurd participation in it.
Tag: Central America
“I hope people will see the heartbreak of a little kid having to grow up and say goodbye to his childhood in order to survive.”
Within western poetry, women writers of color—and their lived experiences—are not nearly as recognized nor represented as their white peers.
Guadalupe Maravilla makes multimedia art to grapple with his “traumatic experiences” as a unaccompanied child and undocumented migrant.
Why do women and feminized people flee Central America? What do they find when they reach the United States?
Introducing a new series to push forward our thinking and action about immigration and borders.
The United States tears families apart—during slavery, in the wars against indigenous people and the war on drugs, and, today, at the border.