All Articles on Mexico

"We live in a world where irony has overtaken reality," writes Momen. "Now that we are facing a serious emergency with the coronavirus outbreak, the wall seems ridiculous as a defense against any perceived or real threats." (Photo: Tricia Cortez) Views
Hate in the Time of Coronavirus: A Real Emergency at the Border
The septuagenarians in the famous novel are afflicted with love, an intense passion as tumultuous as an epidemic. Do we happen to have any septuagenarian leader who can change the language of hate to compassion?
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Agricultural workers work in Salinas, California. News
As Trump Limits Guest Workers From Mexico Amid Coronavirus, Farmers Warn of Labor and Food Shortages
"There won't be anyone to harvest the crops... It will be devastating to growers and ultimately to the supply chain and consumers."
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By law, Native American tribes are sovereign and have the right to government-to-government consultation before federal agencies make major decisions that impact tribal members. (Photo: SOPA Images/Getty Images) Views
Trump’s Border Wall Isn’t Just an Assault on Native Americans, It’s an Assault on American History
Native American history is often misrepresented as something alien to real American culture. In fact, it’s profoundly central to American culture, and to the history of the land we all now call home.
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"Asylum seekers face grave danger and irreversible harm every day this depraved policy remains in effect." News
Outcry After Supreme Court Stay Reinstates 'Depraved' Trump Administration Remain in Mexico Policy
"Claiming one emergency after another, the government has recently sought stays in an unprecedented number of cases."
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Women raise their fists a protest on the International Women's Day in Mexico City on March 8, 2020 News
Millions of Women in Mexico Join 'Day Without Us' Strike to Protest Gender-Based Violence
"In Mexico it's like we're in a state of war; we're in a humanitarian crisis because of the quantity of women that have disappeared or been killed."
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With 700+ Coronavirus Cases in US and 7 in Mexico, Trump Rebuked for Again Touting Border Wall as Solution
"Perhaps the wall is to protect Mexico?"
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US President Donald Trump takes questions during a press conference on the COVID-19, coronavirus, outbreak at the White House in Washington, DC on February 29, 2020. - The number of novel coronavirus cases in the world rose to 85,919, including 2,941 deaths, across 61 countries and territories by 1700 GMT on Saturday, according to a report gathered by AFP from official sources. (Photo: Roberto Schmidt/AFP/Getty Images) News
First US Coronavirus Death Near Canada, But Trump Confirms Closing Mexico Border Under Consideration
"Why isn't Donald Trump focused on our northern border? I'll give you three guesses but you'll only need one."
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Rejecting 'Profoundly Disturbing' Logic That Criminalizes Empathy, Judge Reverses Convictions of Border Humanitarians
This is the second time in recent months that a federal judge has granted a faith-based defense raised by volunteers prosecuted for providing aid to migrants traveling through the dangerous Arizona desert.
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'Horrific': Human Rights Advocates Call for Investigation Into Death of Second Monarch Butterfly Defender in Mexico
Raúl Hernández Romero's family says he received threats regarding his work campaigning against illegal logging in the weeks before he disappeared.
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Outpouring of Grief After Missing Mexican Monarch Butterfly Defender Homero Gómez González Found Dead
Human rights advocates and the conservationist's family raised concerns about threats from the illegal logging industry and organized crime.
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