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| Cristina Baussan, Anna Spelman

14 dólares por 12 horas de trabajo: detrás de cada banana de Honduras hay un campesino mal pagado

Chiquita, el principal exportador de bananas desde Honduras a Estados Unidos, enfrenta acusaciones de explotación laboral. Sus empleados se quejan de los bajos sueldos y las condiciones riesgosas de trabajo. LA LIMA, Honduras.- Antes del amanecer,…

| Emily Kinskey

These Stories Tell The Harsh Realities Of Working In An Overseas Factory

“Every time you buy one of these shirts, please think about it, you are buying a piece of the life of the woman who made it.” Text by Gabriel H. Sanchez, BuzzFeed News Photo Essay Editor…

| Erica Hellerstein

A Triangle Resident Says if She’s Sent Back to Honduras, Her Ex Could Kill Her

Photo by Gerson Garcia Editor’s note: For their protection, the names of the asylum seeker and her family members have been changed. One afternoon in September 2016, Carmen sat in the dimly lit living room of…

| Monica Pelliccia, Amaris Castillo

This Honduras graffiti artist duo spreads feminist messages

Mayki Graff Ortega and Suam Fonseca, who make up Dolls Clan, are shown in front of one of their graffiti paintings in Tegucigalpa, Honduras, in July 2017. The mural pays tribute to the Mirabal sisters,…

| Danielle Villasana, Danielle Mackey

Deported Into a Nightmare

Pablo, left, and Edwin, right, have been best friends since elementary school and live a few houses down from each other in La Rivera Hernandez, a neighborhood in San Pedro Sula, Honduras. (Danielle Villasana) SAN…

| Eléonore Hamelin, Laura Morel

At a Mexican shelter, migrants who fled death threats prepare for ‘zero tolerance’ at the border

PIEDRAS NEGRAS, Mexico — In Honduras, their lives were surrounded by death. Lourdes Cruz had just started a new job when the maras, the deadly gangs plaguing Central America, demanded half of her paycheck. She quit…

| Clare Fieseler

The women behind your supermarket’s sustainable food

Women work in a tilapia processing plant. (photos by Clare Fieseler for The Lily) A small fish native to Nile River is now served daily around the world. A drone shot of Lago de Yojoa,…

| Sarah Souli, Emily Kinskey

A Visit to the Biggest Little Mosque in Honduras

The sky-blue building draws a diverse range of Muslims from hours away. Men gather before Friday prayers in the parking lot outside the mosque in San Pedro Sula. ALL PHOTOS: EMILY KINSKEY Honduras is a…

| Lauren Markham

This Route Doesn’t Exist on the Map

By 7 p.m., the sun had set and groups of young men had begun to gather inside a small, nameless restaurant on a narrow street in Tapachula, Mexico. Anywhere else in the city, a hub…