Inherit the Land.
Photographs by Jack Lueders-Booth. Introduction by Luis Urrea. Essay by Frank Gohlke.
168 pp., 70 duotone illustrations, 11x8½".
Inherit the Land bears witness to the immediate and intimate facts, both cherished and chilling, of the personal lives, dwellings, and struggles of families who live and work in the garbage dumps of Tijuana, Mexico. n these photographs the viewer will find life lessons in survival, spirituality, and community, beyond ordinary comprehension and imagination. Lueders-Booth's penetrating photographs, made over a six-year period, are further illuminated in an introduction by prize-winning writer Luis Alberto Urrea and an essay by photographer Frank Gohlke.
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