The Line Becomes A River by Francisco Cantu

Book 31 of 52: The Line Becomes A River by Francisco Cantu.

This book is tragically relevant. A former border patrol agent relives his experiences working in El Paso, Texas.

“What I’m saying is that we learn violence by watching others, by seeing it enshrined in institutions. Then, even without choosing it, it becomes normal to us, it even becomes part of who we are.”

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