News stories about the United States’ southern border with Mexico are making headlines almost daily. However, little is said about those migrants and their journeys through Mexico.
Dr. Judith Martínez is an associate professor in the department of languages, cultures and religions at Missouri State University. Her research focuses on forced migration and violence.
She recently collaborated with scholars from 13 universities across the world to publish the book, “Central American Migration in the Twenty-First Century.” Martínez’s chapter is called “The Central American Migrant: Mexico, The Never-Ending Border.” She focuses on the socio-political context in Mexico and the journey through Mexico of Honduran, El Salvadorian and Guatemalan migrants.
The Central American migrant journey through Mexico
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