Known more for his work as a cinematographer, Diego Quemada-Diez has made his feature debut, and what a debut it is. Initially set in a slum in Guatemala centred around children trying to cross the US border to seek a better life, Quemada-Diez researched the story by interviewing real life young people who have attempted this themselves and the horrific experiences they endured doing it. 429 more words
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Mexico, Guatemala fast-track delivery of illegals to the US. More evidence that the administration of King Hussein is involved in a coordinated effort (see: conspiracy) to move ILLEGAL aliens to the US from Central America, which will obviously overwhelm our already strained social service infrastructure, further exploit American generosity, and add to the apparently intentional crippling of the US economy, and the transfer of American wealth to those who broke our laws to come here....
New ‘Regional Visitor Card’ grants permission to travel to Rio Grande
by Jerome Corsi, WND
NEW YORK – Mexico and Guatemala have reached an agreement that is intended to make it easier and safer for Central Americans, including unaccompanied minors, to enter the United States illegally. 880 more words
Design-loving Alberto Castillo worked as an architect in Guatamala. During his work and studies, Alberto’s interest in social justice led him to volunteer with community groups advocating for the rights of Indigenous Guatamalans. 87 more words