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Book recounts the harsh reality of immigrants crossing the border

Book publisher, Without Paper and Without Ink, edits the new novel by Dr. Carmen Mirabal, “The Lie of the American Dream.”
“This novel is dedicated to all Latin Americans, especially the Mexican brothers who cross the border as undocumented in the search for a better future, convinced of the trite American dream,” said the journalist and writer, who publishes her book number 14.
Her book addresses the problems experienced by the undocumented who enter across the border from Tijuana to San Diego. It is a book with stories of realities, captured in the story of four female friends, who cross with the Coyote, and how these unscrupulous men change their lives.
“It’s important that we, who sometimes are too immersed in our own problems, that during this border process, in recent years, human trafficking has grown greatly, (like) the theft of children for sale to parents without children, … or murders for organ sales,” said Mirabal.
“The lie of the American dream” is a warning to family members and friends of those who are on the other side, that what she narrates is not a product of her imagination but rather a situation that happens every day in each of the borders. She intends, as a non-Mexican citizen, to reflect on crossing the border. To cross now means to live persecuted by the migra and the new laws, and to lose the freedom, since they can be sold like sexual slaves or given to drug traffickers to work for them.
“It’s sad to see children locked in cages, like dogs and cats, because that is not the human way of solving the immigration problem, (by) violating the rights of those citizens of the world who only want to work and political asylum,” she said.
The book is now available on the publisher’s website www.sinpapelysintinta.com.


Libro relata la cruda realidad de los inmigrantes cruzando la frontera

La editorial ‘Sin papel y sin tinta’ edita la nueva novela de la Dra. Carmen Mirabal, “La Mentira del Sueño Americano”.
“Esta novela está dedicada a todos los latinoamericanos, en especial a los hermanos mexicanos que cruzan la frontera como indocumentados ante la búsqueda de un futuro mejor, convencidos del trillado sueño americano”, dice la periodista y escritora, quien publica su libro número 14.
Su libro encara la problemática que vive el indocumentado que entra por la frontera de Tijuana hacia San Diego. Es un libro con historias de realidades, plasmadas en la historia de cuatro mujeres amigas, que cruzan con el Coyote, y cómo estos inescrupulosos hombres les cambian la vida.
“Es importante que nosotros, que a veces estamos tan envueltos en nuestros problemas, nos enteremos de que durante este proceso de frontera, en los últimos años, la trata de blanca ha crecido grandemente, (así) como el robo de niños para la venta a padres sin hijos, … o los asesinatos para la venta de órganos”, explica Mirabal.
“La Mentira del Sueño Americano” es una alerta a familiares y amigos de los que están al otro lado, que esto que ella narra no es producto de su imaginación y pasa todos los días en cada una de las fronteras. Ella pretende, siendo ciudadana no mexicana, que se reflexione con respecto a cruzar la frontera. Cruzar ahora significa vivir perseguidos por la migra, por las nuevas leyes y a perder la libertad, ya que pueden ser vendidos como esclavos sexuales o entregados a los cárteles de la droga para trabajar para ellos.
“Entristece ver los niños encerrados en jaulas, como perros y gatos, porque esa no es la forma humana de resolver el problema migratorio, violando los derechos de esos ciudadanos del mundo, que sólo quieren trabajar y asilo político”, dice.
El libro ya está disponible en el sitio web de la editorial: www.sinpapelysintinta.com.

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