Sin Refugio (No Refuge)
Late 2018 saw thousands of Central Americans arrive at the U.S.-Mexico border, fleeing violence, poverty, and corruption at home.
A disproportionate number of these exiles hail from the ‘Northern Triangle’ of Honduras, Guatemala, and El Salvador: all countries with shared histories of civil war and internal turmoil, spurred by United States ‘intervention’.
With no more than what they could carry on their backs, these migrants, asylum-seekers, and refugees formed caravans and trekked thousands of miles across the Americas in hopes of seeking sanctuary in the U.S. - the very same country whose foreign policies have long destabilized their homelands.
The exiles were greeted not with open arms, but with armed patrols, fortified walls and razor wire.