To say migrant is to think of women and men climbing on "The Beast"; adults and children running in the caravans that leave from Central America; or young people crossing rivers on a raft to get closer to the United States. That is the narrative of recent times, a narrative that imposed the American dream as an option, and only from the journey. This is a compilation of the other dreams: those of those who stayed, of the transformed dreams, or the dreams of return and retirement. Five protagonists, some from the place left behind, offer us a look at all the transformations that arise between the departures and the arrivals.
Text and photos: Anita Puchard-Serra, Jessica Ávalos and Koral Carballo, responsible for the project Welcome to Intipucá City.
Los sueños que no caben en las urnas - Revista Anfibia
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