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The New Republic

"They'd crossed oceans and continents, slogged through jungles and city slums, braved detention centers and robberies; and they were now, after many months, or even longer, tantalizingly close to their final goal of the United States and refugee status." 
Working with The New Republic writer Lauren Markham on this remarkable immigration feature about 'extra-continentales' reminded me about how far people will go to pursue their ideal of freedom. There is a story of fear and despair behind every one of these photographs. 
Thank you Stephanie Heimann Roland for the assignment!
With InternationalWomens MediaFoundation.