TABLE OF CONTENTS

CARACAS, VENEZUELA

P.4

“I remember there was once a bomb threat and...”

TEGUCIGALPA, HONDURAS

P.6

“At the beginning of the coup d’etat in 2009 there was a lot of fear...”

BUENOS AIRES, ARGENTINA

P.10

“These are politics that affect your decisions on a daily basis...”

SAN SALVADOR, EL SALVADOR

P.12

“Politics was in the center of life but not enough to fully change our lives...”

LIMA, PERU

P.16

“You become an untrusting person...”

SANTIAGO, CHILE 

P.18

“You encounter several realities within one country, very valuable...”

DOMINICAN REPUBLIQUE

P.22

“You could see the division between the internationals and the Dominicans...”

COLOMBIA AND PUERTO RICO

P.24

“But, after seven years they couldn’t take it anymore and...”

MONTERREY, MEXICO AND HOUSTON

P.28

“English was forbidden in my house...”

MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA

P.30

“My grandparents decided not to teach Spanish to my parents because of racism...”

COLOMBIA AND MIAMI

P.34

“The culture that I experience in my house is what I see everywhere I walk...”

CHILE AND USA

P.36

“That view makes me feel in one way or another like I belong...”

NICARAGUA AND COSTA RICA

P.8

“My great-grandfather was assassinated by Somoza’s guards...”

LIMA, PERU

P.14

“When I go back my parents have to remind me that I have to be careful...”

LIMA, PERU

P.20

“...how easy they throw away stuff that could be extremely functional...”

VENEZUELA AND MIAMI

P.26

“It became more about getting the rest of my family out of Venezuela...”

MANAGUA, NICARAGUA

P.32

“...you fall into that spectrum trying to discover where you fit...”

MONTEVIDEO, URUGUAY

P.38

"...we are desperate to be defined as something but not as something else..."