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A Close Look at Broad Trends: Migration in the Americas through the Lens of One Nicaraguan Migrant

By Gloriana Sojo Migration in the Americas has long been dichotomized as a “South” to “North” movement. That is, people moving from Latin America and the Caribbean (LAC) to the United States and Canada. However, a closer look at the region – and the available data – reveal much less unidirectional, and more dynamic and […]