The Right to Stay Home: A Coffee Cooperative Slows Down Displacement
Café Justo offers a border story like no other. It is a story not of walls, drones, and towers, but of international solidarity, and how a community tended to its own migration crisis.
Two decades ago, Carlos Alonso López Abamba lived and worked in Atlanta, Georgia. But then he came back to Mexico to work in his family’s coffee farm near his hometown of Salv…
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