Their ancestors fled U.S. slavery for Mexico. Now they’re looking north again.

Last year, the Washington Post published an article on the Mascogo community, an Afro-Indigenous community now residing in Northern Mexico after fleeing from the United States. But with the decline of well-paying jobs in their area, some members of this small community are considering moving back to the country that enslaved their ancestors, in order to support their families. This article can help highlight a part of shared US-Mexican history, and discuss reasons for Mexican migration to the United States.

Here is the link to the Washington Post article.