Migrant Caravan Mexico 2021

Single woman with children, before rainfall at night, Chiapas Mexico
Resting in a small town recreational space after a long March in the rain.
Children wait in line as local church prepares a donated meal
Children with their belongings
More rain approaches….Chiapas gets incredibly heavy downpours almost every day which thoroughly soak anything not completely secured in plastic.

Migrant Shelter, Tapachula. Privacy is an issue in the shelter for both psychological and safety reasons, so many images were made with some restrictions.

The shelter cares for people who have sustained traumatic amputation as a result of jumping on and off trains during desperate migration attempts.

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Author: suzannesteinphoto

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2 thoughts on “Migrant Caravan Mexico 2021”

  1. Really strong work! I sent it to my next door neighbor. She is CFO of Getty. It is a huge job and I don’t think she gets a chance to look at much work, especially this sort of thing, but wtf! She will react for sure. Can’t hurt. Stay safe. Stan

    STAN SCHNIER (917) 945-3814 http://www.StanSchnier.com Instagram

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  2. Damn, I love your work so much. You amaze me.

    On Wed, Nov 3, 2021, 10:44 AM SUZANNE STEIN PHOTOGRAPHY wrote:

    > suzannesteinphoto posted: ” Single woman with children, before rainfall at > night, Chiapas Mexico Resting in a small town recreational space after a > long March in the rain. Woman with her children, March during hard rain > Exhausted woman with children resting Si” >

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