Wed, Jul 5, 2017 at 4:57 pm CST Verónica G. CárdenasImmigrants are feeling scared and uncertain since the election of Donald Trump. The president and his supporters don’t see them as individuals, but as a faceless mass of “bad hombres.” I shot a photo series of mostly undocumented immigrants wearing Trump masks in the Rio Grande Valley and in Tamaulipas, Mexico, to play with this notion. In this shot, a Trump jogs along the border outside Donna. *** See more photos from Eye on Texas here.
Houston is the most diverse metro area in the nation. There are more than 157,000 Muslims here, more than anywhere else in Texas. Still, worries about how people will perceive me are always at the back of my mind, and these fears have become only more pronounced after the election of President Trump. I feel more self-conscious in public because the dislike and suspicion toward me is more obvious. I feel more stares at my back, more grumblings around me when I stand in line at the grocery store.
Saudi Arabia is a repressive monarchy ruled by the family of Saud. Although it contains within its geographic boundaries the holiest Islamic sites of Mecca and Medina, the kingdom doesn’t always conform to Islamic teachings pertaining to government. One such glaring contradiction is the rule against women drivers in Saudi Arabia. In Saudi Arabia, women cannot drive even though there is no specific law against it. The law is against getting a driver’s license and traveling without a guardian.
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