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Mexico: Interview with Migrant Worker from Michoacan

Hugo Torres shares [es] his interview with Ricardo, a 24-year-old migrant worker from Michoacán who moved to the United States when he was 19. He asks Ricardo everything from what it's like to cross over to the United States, how much money he makes at his job, and what he thinks about racism and the Arizona SB 1017 immigration bill.  Before this interview, Torres wrote [es] a post on a decrease in the population of Michoacán due to migration to the United States.

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