Somewhere We Are Human en Algún Lugar Somos Humanos (Spanish Edition)
Autor: Reyna Grande , Sonia Guiñansaca
Número de Páginas: 224
A collection of 35 bold, important, and groundbreaking essays and poems by migrants, refugees and Dreamers, including award-winning writers, artists, and activists, that illuminate the experience of living undocumented. During this time of political unrest and uncertainty, this collection of essays, poetry, and art aims to shift the nation's collective imagination about migrants and refugees towards one rooted in humanity and justice. The writers of this anthology will shift perception of themselves and their communities through storytelling and art, to declare loudly and proudly that, here and everywhere, they are human despite border militarization, mass detention, and draconian anti-immigrant legislation. Here, they speak to their experience, not just grappling with their current immigration status, but in a nuanced reflection of their own existence before migration, and their collective hunger for a future without borders. These stories will take the reader on a journey through childhood memories, family anecdotes, and daydreams about reuniting with parents on the other side. Other stories will capture what is often not discussed, such as the moment when one decides to leave...