A renowned photographer is helping children of local migrant farmworkers document their views of the world.
The photo project will also raise money for El Paso families facing housing emergencies.
The youngsters spent Tuesday morning working with noted photographer Alan Pogue, who for 30 years has photographed life along the Texas-Mexico border.
“People don’t always realize their life is unknown to others and what they take for granted is very significant,” Pogue said as he showed the class how to use a camera.
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