“Para mí, el referente principal es la realidad de mi pueblo, de mi entorno.”
En esta cuarta entrega, Colleen Dehais y Benjamin Clabault entrevistan a la poeta Lucila Lema, originaria del pueblo kichwa otavalo, en Ecuador.
“It is obviously a twisted time to be an immigrant in America — especially where we live in Tucson, just one hour from the border. But it’s only brought the Mexican community closer together.”
How a recent tweet in Spanish from Hillary Clinton’s campaign sparked a debate over proper language and hyper-correction.
Low literacy rates and an unfamiliarity with Spanish among many indigenous Central American refugees leave them unable to avoid falling victim to U.S. immigration authorities.