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READ ì La cicatrice: Sul confine tra Messico e Stati Uniti Õ In the summer of 2017 cartoonist Andrea Ferraris and director Renato Chiocca traveled to southern Arizona to witness the tense situation along the US Mexico border firsthand Drawing from frank interviews with volunteers at local humanitarian organizations and treUS Mexico border firsthand Drawing from frank interviews with volunteers at local humanitarian organizations and treks through the Sonoran Desert t. Wish it was longer

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In the summer of 2017 cartoonist Andrea Ferraris and director Renato Chiocca traveled to southern Arizona to witness the tense situation along the. We didn't cross the border The border crossed us Latinx saying A very short collection of comics journalism just two brief stories by cartoonist Andrea Ferraris with documentary film director Renato Chiocca who traveled to Nogales in In the summer of 2017 to witness and document what they saw and heard about US Mexico border firsthand They interviewed volunteers on both sides including folks from No More Deaths and other humanitarian organizations thereNogales is a city split in two half on the Arizona side one on the Sonora side with a policed wall betweenOne lowlighthighlight is the story of the killing in October 2102 of 16 year old Jose Antonio Elena Rodriguez

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La cicatrice Sul confine tra Messico e Stati UnitiO save migrants in distress Ferraris and Chiocca present a compassionate account of how the border wall has changed the lives of those on both side. Two short pieces of comics reportage that detail in two different ways the horrors and generosities that define the US Mexico borderThe first story is a retelling of the murder of José Antonio Elena Rodríguez by US border patrol agent Lonnie Ray Swartz The second story is a journalistic comic about a humanitarian volunteer group in Tucson AZ that does what little it can to rescue those attempting the often fatal border crossing through the desert of southern ArizonaThis isn’t a comic that will or that wants to change minds But it is a comic that finds fleeting beauty amidst seemingly endless tragedy