La policía nos vendió con la mafia 

En Ciudad Juárez, del 1 de enero de 2020 al 11 de mayo de 2021 tiene registradas a 443 personas migrantes que fueron víctimas de un delito durante su estancia. En esta historia los migrantes cuentan cómo traficantes los engañaron, les hicieron creer que estaban en El Paso, Texas cuando en realidad seguían en CiudadContinua a leggere “La policía nos vendió con la mafia “

Overflowing toilets, frigid cells, no running water: Inside Texas’ ‘inhumane’ jails

“The animals at the zoo get better treatment than the inmates in our prison system,” the wife of one inmate said. Sorgente: Overflowing toilets, frigid cells, no running water: Inside Texas’ ‘inhumane’ jails

Financial Barriers to Health Care Among Mexican Americans With Chronic Disease and Depression or Anxiety in El Paso, Texas. 

Abstract Purpose: To determine the barriers to health care access by chronic disease and depression/anxiety diagnosis in Mexican Americans living in El Paso, TX. Design: A secondary analysis was conducted using data for 1,002 Hispanics from El Paso, Download-PDF: Jennifer J. Salinas, Josiah M. Heyman, and Louis D. Brown. Financial Barriers to Health Care AmongContinua a leggere “Financial Barriers to Health Care Among Mexican Americans With Chronic Disease and Depression or Anxiety in El Paso, Texas. “

These People Have No Clue about Us, the Land, or How We Live!’: Second Generation Human Rights Along the Texas–Mexico Border | Jennifer G. Correa and I. Pearce 

In this study, we wish to turn attention to how the international human rights framework, developed under the auspices of the United Nations in 1948, is being used by different communities, in particular, the Texas-Mexico border. We emphasize that Sorgente: (12) ‘These People Have No Clue about Us, the Land, or How We Live!’: SecondContinua a leggere “These People Have No Clue about Us, the Land, or How We Live!’: Second Generation Human Rights Along the Texas–Mexico Border | Jennifer G. Correa and I. Pearce “