The Game of Life
From the paper:
The Mexican population is ?stereotyped as being lazy, shiftless, passive siesta seekers, people who patronized manana? (Metz 395). But how could a lazy person hike treacherous terrain while only surviving off one gallon of water? This stereotype is not holding true to the thousands of Mexicans that try to cross the US/Mexico border every year. The hardship of crossing the desert is for a reason: money. The poverty that exists in Mexico is one of the main reasons that drive Mexicans to leave their family in search for a better life. The people leave their job because of the small wages and lack of representation to fight off the hardships they must face.