Episode 20: The hardships of female refugees, and the biggest migrant caravan so far

As many heads of state boycott the Summit of the Americas, one of the largest migrant caravans has left Mexico’s southern border. Black women migrants and refugees, meanwhile, face extra hardships on their journey, including sex slavery and discrimination.

She has been a journalist for two decades. During the last 13 years she has worked as a journalist and editor from Venezuela and Ecuador, and now from Mexico. She is the author of a literary fiction novel, The Butterfly Prison, and a children’s book, The Beauty Rules of Flowertown.

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