by the Nicaragua Team
This fall a caravan made up of 38 Central American mothers, sisters and brothers traveled through Mexico looking for disappeared loved ones. Many of the disappeared left their homes with the intention of reaching the United States. Their families covered almost 4,600 kilometers through 14 states and 23 towns along the migrant route looking for answers.
Witness for Peace met with Nicaraguan and Honduran families who participated in this caravan. The following recounts the realities that Central American migrants face during their perilous journeys to the United States and the stories of some of the mothers who followed those footsteps.
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