Artisans Beyond Borders missing family today and every day on Father’s Day, 2020

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Artisans Beyond Borders asylum seekers missing family, embroider together in a shelter in Nogales, Sonora, Mexico.

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Honoring our male Artisans ~ Asylum seeker David Aguilar’s beautiful embroidery.
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Artisan Beyond Borders Asylum seeker David Aquilar on the floor of the shelter in Nogales, Sonora, Mexico designing a manta to embroider.
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“Little Virgin Guide my Steps” original embroidery by Asylum seeker Israel Hernandez at the U.S.- Mexico border in the middle of the pandemic.
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Gentleman Embroiderer Israel Herdandez on the U.S. – Mexico border, Father’s Day 2020

Author: artandfaithinthedesert

An artist, writer, and spiritual activist on the AZ/MX border. My goal as an artist and writer is relational. I'm interested in the connective tissue in our common stories, the beauty, and the broken bits, the "genuis loci" spirit of place here, the divinity expressed amongst all species, the earth, and the grace we share.

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