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Las Patronas, 2012

After my stay at Hermanos en el Camino, I spent a week with Las Patronas, a group of women in the village of La Patrona, Veracruz, who hand out food and water to Central American migrants as they ride by on the train.  Migrants may travel for days without food or water.  Las Patronas are all volunteers and spend up to 12 hours a day--every day--preparing and handing out food and water.  It was an honor to spend a week with them. 



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