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Journalism to stop migrants from being perceived as “Martians from another world”

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Thousands of Latin, African and Asian people have been clandestinely crossing Latin America from north to south for years in search of a better life, in an exodus of "Martians" that a group of journalists has documented in the project "Migrantes de otro mundo" (Migrants from another world).

"There is a trend to look at migrants as if they were Martians, as if they were from another world," says Colombian journalist María Teresa Ronderos, who coordinated the project that has become a book with the same name, a collection of 20 chronicles written by 21 . . .

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