|Bernabe Mendez from the State of Guerrero works as a professional window cleaner in New York. He sends 500 dollars a month.|
Photographic artist Dulce Pinzon has a slightly different take on the term. In her exhibition The Real Story of the Superheroes, she argues the notion of the 'hero' began to rear its head in the public consciousness more and more frequently after September 11th, as people celebrate the 'ordinary' firefighters, policeman, builders and street-sweepers who made a dramatic difference that day.
|Minerva Valencia from Puebla works as a nanny in New York. She sends 400 dollars a week.|
|Superman Noe Reyes from the State of Puebla works as a delivery boy in Brooklyn, N.Y. He sends 500 dollars a week.|
Is a hero really someone who beats up the bad guys, or is it someone who cares for their family and seeks to create a harmonious environment, quietly getting on with their daily tasks and supporting the future of two countries. It's definitely worth a thought. Now pass me my cape; I've got some crusading to do.
|Juventino Rosas from the State of Mexico works in a fish market in New York. He sends 400 dollars a week.|