Amelia Frank-Vitale is a doctoral candidate in the Department of Anthropology at the University of Michigan. After working in Mexico from 2010 to 2015, where she focused on the multiple kinds of violence faced by Central Americans in transit, she now works in Honduras, studying how deportees reconfigure their lives and reimagine their futures after being sent back to some of the world’s most violent neighborhoods.
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The Caravan is Honduras: Hope and Death at the Border
(Con traducción al español) “What do you think, you’re a gringa, will he let us in?” “Honestly?” I reply, “I don’t think so, not as a group. My country isn’t ve... More