Voices From the Caravan: Why These Honduran Migrants Are Heading North
The caravan's participants are making the journey for several reasons.
Some say they are fleeing gangs that terrorize their neighborhoods and are seeking sanctuary in Mexico or the United States.
Others are in search of work and more stability for their families.
Fanny Rodríguez, 21, Santa Barbara, Honduras
"We're traveling to find a better future for my daughters," said Fanny Rodríguez, who was with her husband, Edil Moscoso, 26, and their two daughters Daily Edith, 2, and Yarice, 9 months old. "We're not going because we want fancy things."
She added: "I don't have to give them luxuries, only what's necessary - that my daughters don't lack food, that my daughters don't lack clothes. Things like that."...
Voices From the Caravan: Why These Honduran Migrants Are Heading North - The New York Times