By Carlos Rivera
El Salvador, the smallest kingdom in important the US, identified for its attractive sea coast and majestic mountains, falls into bad civil conflict within the Eighties, which ends up in the deaths of 75,000 humans and frequent poverty, violence, and hopelessness.
Born within the rural district of Cuscatlán, Carlos Rivera E watches as his compatriots endure threats, torture, and brutality by the hands of the army, paramilitary, and oppositional guerilla groups.
Swept up within the making of heritage and the reason for justice, Rivera joins the Farabundo Martí nationwide Liberation entrance and fights not just for freedom for his country—but additionally for his life.
Facing starvation, probability, torture, or even dying, Rivera manages to keep up his humanity and dignity via it all.
An inspiring story of bravery, dedication, and love in the course of battle and tragedy, An Immigrant Latino chronicles the lifetime of Carlos Rivera E and his quest to outlive the melancholy and violence threatening to wreck his kingdom, take his existence, and tear his kin apart.
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An Immigrant Latino: A Latino in the World by Carlos Rivera