Secrets in the Sand: The Young Women of Juarez

Secrets in the Sand The Young Women of Juarez Over the past decade over women around the city of Ju rez Mexico have been raped and murdered The remains of these brutalized young women continue to be found scattered in the parched desert va

  • Title: Secrets in the Sand: The Young Women of Juarez
  • Author: Marjorie Agosín Celeste Kostopulos-Cooperman Marjorie Agosín
  • ISBN: 9781893996472
  • Page: 184
  • Format: Paperback
  • Over the past decade over 350 women around the city of Ju rez, Mexico, have been raped and murdered The remains of these brutalized young women continue to be found scattered in the parched desert, vacant city lots, and roadside ditches Others are never found.In Secrets In The Sand, Agosin through her words and images invites her readers to bear witness to the reality thOver the past decade over 350 women around the city of Ju rez, Mexico, have been raped and murdered The remains of these brutalized young women continue to be found scattered in the parched desert, vacant city lots, and roadside ditches Others are never found.In Secrets In The Sand, Agosin through her words and images invites her readers to bear witness to the reality that the grieving families of the disappeared and murdered young women face every day.As a poet and human rights activist Marjorie Agosin has dedicated her life s work to the search for justice and human dignity.

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      Published :2019-01-14T14:37:25+00:00

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    1. I picked up this collection because of my personal connection to Juarez, where I went on mission when I was still a high schooler back in the early 2000s. I felt my heart breaking all over again reading Agosin's poignant verse, felt fire in my blood at her call to action, and longed to comfort the women in her poems, even while knowing there is little comfort I can give. It's an eye-opening collection of poems that speaks truth right to the soul, while at the same time preserving the dignity and [...]

    2. This book is awesome! Even if you don't know a lot about this problem, this book will open your eyes to the injustices on both sides of the border. It is rather gruesome in some parts, but its all true and really horrifying.

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