Faces Of The Child Migrant Crisis
By Art Works Projects
In the past eight months alone, approximately 50,000 Central American children crossed from Mexico into the United States. These record numbers have pressed the United States with the challenges of state and federal budgets, manpower, housing logistics, and overwhelmed legal systems processing requests for asylum.
Pictured: A Honduran boy at a shelter in Tapachula, a border town in Chiapas. After running away from home, he had no place to go and resorted to prostitution to survive. Now at the shelter, he can attend school and have a safe place to sleep at night. (Photo by Michelle Frankfurter)
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