Dammed: A Photo Reflection on a Water War, Climate Change, and Migration in Chihuahua
This photo-essay looks into rivers and water, farming and conflict, rainbows and herons, climate change and migration from and through the Mexican borderlands.
In the train yard on the outskirts of the city of Chihuahua, a guy sitting underneath the bridge asked me how many countries I had visited in my life. “Have you been to a lot of them?” he asked. We had just met. I had approached him and seven other Venezuelans, accompanied by journalists from the independent media outlet Raíchali and people from Chihuah…
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