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las patronas, veracruz
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This group of mexican farmers, have just celebrated 20 years of hard work helping central americans  that pass through México on their way to United States. From their humble lunch room and shelter called La esperanza del migrante, next to the train rails, in a place called La Patrona, Veracruz, this increadible women known by the name Las Patronas, prepare tons of food everyday, while they take care of the people staying at their shelter, and throw the lunch bags to hundreds of emigrants hanging from the train called La Bestia. Ironically, this men, women and children, leave their homes in search of a dream of a better and safer life, while travelling on top of a train that has gain it’s name by being considered one of the most dangerous routes in the world for the emigrante, in whicj thousands of them dissapear every year. For the past 20 years, this brave women have shown a great solidarity that has been a life lesson for humanity. From their humble position, they give more than they have with only one sim in their hearts, to help the emigrants