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| Koral Carballo, Valeria Fernández

The Death and Life of Frankie Madrid

AUGUST 1, 2019 The U.S. had been his home since he was 6 months old. When he was deported 
to Mexico 26 years later, it was more than he could bear. By Valeria Fernández Photographs…

| Cady Voge

Waiting in Juárez: Women and LGBTI asylum seekers stuck in a dangerous limbo

By Cady Voge and Julia Zulver Teresa and Maria* are seeking asylum in the United States. More than that, they are seeking safety from gang violence and a reprieve from discrimination for simply being a…

| Cady Voge

‘I was scared I’d get sick’: the pregnant migrant women detained by the US

Esther Ramos lost 20 pounds when she was sent to a Texas facility while pregnant – and critics say experiences like hers are becoming more common. Esther Ramos and her daughter, Milagro. Photograph: Cady Voge…

| Nina Strochlic, Natalie Keyssar

How this quiet region in Guatemala became the epicenter of migration

A child’s death at the U.S. border put a spotlight on the peaceful highlands, where more people than ever are fleeing for the United States. In Yalambojoch, Catarina Gomez Lucas makes her family’s tortillas every…

| Ellen Jan Wulfhorst

Fear drives forced labor underground along US-Mexico border

“A lot of them are very scared to go out of their home, if it’s not work or to take their kids to school, because of immigration.” ALAMO, Texas, June 11 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) –…

| Verónica G. Cárdenas, Shannon Sims

Undocumented, vulnerable, scared: the women who pick your food for $3 an hour

In the fields of south Texas Mexican women work long hours in dangerous conditions under the ever-present threat of deportation On a rainy, pre-dawn Monday morning in the fields of the Rio Grande Valley along…

| Valeria Fernández, Karen Coates

The Young Hands That Feed Us

An estimated 524,000 children work unimaginably long hours in America’s grueling agricultural fields, and it’s all perfectly legal. It was the last day of March of 2018, the day before Easter, the season of onions.…

| Dana Ullman

Forgotten in the Fields

Labor trafficking hides in plain sight across Texas, disproportionately affecting the thousands of farmworkers who visit the state on H-2A guest worker visas. – Story and photos by Dana Ullman July 1, 2019 In 2004,…

| Milli Legrain

Revealed: Restricting breaks keeps poultry industry workers living in fear

At Sanderson Farms in Texas, workers report being reprimanded for bathroom breaks and increasing pressure to increase productivity Poultry processing facilities, such as Sanderson Farms in Texas, are notorious for high turnover rates. Photograph: Milli…