A book of photographs by David Bacon and oral histories created during 30 years of covering the people and social movements of the Mexico/U.S. border
A complex, richly textured documentation of a world in newspaper headlines daily, but whose reality, as it’s lived by border residents, is virtually invisible.
• 440 pages
• 354 duotone black-and-white photographs
• a dozen oral histories
Incisive journalism and analysis by David Bacon, Don Bartletti, Luis Escala, Guillermo Alonso and Alberto del Castillo.
Completely bilingual in English and Spanish
Published by El Colegio de la Frontera Norte with support from the UCLA Institute for Labor Research and Education and the Center for Mexican Studies, the Werner Kohlstamm Family Fund, and the Green Library at Stanford University
Publication date – May 1, 2022 (May Day, of course)
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Price: $35 plus postage and handling
Pre-publication discount for internet orders before May 1 (but we’ll continue it for a few days more) – use coupon “prepublication”