Despite the Hardships 

Powerful works make UAMA's uneven 'Border Project' worth a visit

Seven years ago, when hundreds of thousands of Mexicans were pouring into Arizona, American photographer Paul Turounet walked the borderlands. Unlike the migrants, he stayed on the Sonoran side of the international line. His mission was to photograph the travelers on one…

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