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Haitians Angry Over Aid Levels

Al Jazeera English, Video, Apr 30, 2010

More than three months after the Haitian earthquake, the UN says it has now reached nearly all displaced people living in emergency shelters. But some say those figures do not reflect the realities on the ground.

Mexico Warns of Retaliation for New Arizona Law

La Opinin, Apr 24, 2010

The Mexican government warned that it would reconsider its relations with Arizona after the state's governor signed the nation's toughest bill on illegal immigration into law on Friday.

Planeta o Muerte -- Evo Morales and the Revolutionary Politics of Mother Earth

New America Media, News Report, By: Roberto Lovato//Photo: Alexandra Corazza, Apr 21, 2010

By convening the World People's Conference on Climate Change and the Rights of Mother Earth (CMPCC), Evo Morales, the president of Bolivia, has established himself as the leader of a hybrid global movement that links the rights of humans to what organizers have coined the universal rights of Mother Earth.

La Visitadora: What Michelle Obama's Visit Means for Mexico

La Jornada, Commentary, Soledad Loaeza, Apr 15, 2010

In an op-ed titled "La Visitadora" (The Visitor) in Mexican newspaper La Jornada, Soledad Loaeza writes that there is more than meets the eye to First Lady Michelle Obama's visit to Mexico.

Rebelling Against Death in Ciudad Juarez

Frontera NorteSur, News Report, Staff, Apr 13, 2010

Last week, Mexicos Federal Police assumed control of local policing in the state of Chihuahua. But this does not mean the army is halting its operations in Ciudad Juarez.

Haitian Women Demand Role in Rebuilding Their Country

New America Media, News Report, Anthony Advincula, Apr 08, 2010

Almost three months after the Jan. 12 earthquake that devastated Haiti, women advocates and UN officials are increasingly worried that Haitian women are being sidelined in national relief and reconstruction efforts.

Are Mexican Lives Worth Less?

HispanicVista, Commentary, Patrick Osio, Mar 30, 2010

It took the killing of two U.S. citizens in Ciudad Juarez to elicit a comment from the U.S. president. Yet the United States continues to deny its own complicity in the deaths of thousands of people in the Mexican drug war.

Hispanic Media Dispel H1N1 Myths in Texas Border Towns

New America Media, News Report / Video, Elena Shore / Video by Josue Rojas, Mar 29, 2010

South Texans were confused by the seemingly contradictory messages about H1N1 coming from the Mexican and U.S. governments. As Mexico closed schools and instituted curfews, U.S. authorities appeared to be doing almost nothing -- leading some to believe that the virus was active only on one side of the border.

Activists See Irony in Calderons Speedy Response to American Killings

La Opinin, Mar 18, 2010

Activists say the Calderon administration came running after the Americans were killed, yet has failed to react with the same urgency to the many murders that have plagued Mexicans in Juarez for years.

Chile Needs Help Too

El Diario/La Prensa, Editorial, Staff, Mar 02, 2010

Chile may have survived its earthquake better than Haiti, but there is no question that the South American nation needs help, write editors of El Diario/La Prensa.

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