With clarity and attention to detail, Jeff Moerchen has capturedain more than 80 black and white photographsathe life of the Hispanic community of Ligonier, a small town in northern Indiana. These men and women have worked to make a comfortable home for themselves, trying to realize their dream of living in America, while avoiding some of the perils they might have experienced in borderlands. More than a narrow study of an immigrant population, Moerchen's evocative photo essay explores a small town as it struggles to survive.A Photographic Essay Jeff Moerchen ... ia#39;m hoping i can get something out of that. ifnot, i have two options. i can go back to my country and work, or i can find a different way to fix my ... they will see the difference, because in different countries, like mexico, they put their kids to work at an early age. so, maybe that is why i seeanbsp;...
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