LIFE AS A FRONTERIZA MEANS YOU'RE 'FROM NEITHER HERE NOR THERE'

"Women are, in many ways, erased from the common narrative of the border region, says Michelle Téllez, a University of Arizona professor who studies and writes about the border, community and gendered migration. When women are the subject of stories, they are often seen solely as “breeders” — the producers of children who are not wanted in the United States, demonstrated by terms like “anchor baby,” she says...." 

Sophia Haro