Random readings on society, politics and change – Jorge Carrillo
This is the age of migration…migration, as it exists right now, is the mega-trend of our times, and is ineffably changing the world as we know and experience it. It may be hard to think of migration as something as grandiose as a mega-trend, or even a trend. The phenomenon is shown night after relentless night on our television screens, morning after morning in our newspapers, and tweet after tweet on social media as something ghastly and gruesome. Migration, the headlines scream, ends in a sweatshop, a brothel or a watery grave. Indeed, more than 40,000 migrants have died in transit since 2000, and the curve is arcing upward at an alarming rate
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