- 2012elections - 9/11 Special Coverage - aca - africanamericanalzheimers - aids - Alabama News Network - american - Awards & Expo - bees - bilingual - border - californiaeducation - Caribbean - cir - citizenship - climatechange - collgeinmiami - community - democrats - ecotourism - Elders - Election 2012 - elections2012 - escuelas - Ethnic Media in the News - Ethnicities - Events - Eye on Egypt - Fellowships - food - Foreclosures - Growing Up Poor in the Bay Area - Health Care Reform - healthyhungerfreekids - howtodie - humiliating - immigrants - Inside the Shadow Economy - kimjongun - Latin America - Law & Justice - Living - Media - memphismediaroundtable - Multimedia - NAM en Espaol - Politics & Governance - Religion - Richmond Pulse - Science & Technology - Sports - The Movement to Expand Health Care Access - Video - Voter Suppression - War & Conflict - 攔截盤查政策 - Top Stories - Immigration - Health - Economy - Education - Environment - Ethnic Media Headlines - International Affairs - NAM en Español - Occupy Protests - Youth Culture - Collaborative Reporting

The Border

News > The Border > 5 > 6 > 7 > 8 > 9 > 10 > 11 > 12 > 13

Report: Police Massacred Tijuana Prisoners

Frontera NorteSur, News Report, Staff, Dec 11, 2008

Mexican state police were responsible for killing two dozen prisoners during uprisings at Tijuanas La Mesa prison in September, according to an official report by the Baja California Attorney General for Human Rights.

Indigenous Elders Fight Foreclosure

Eastern Group Publications, News Report, Roberto Rodriguez, Dec 09, 2008

Young people in Tucson organized a hip-hop concert to raise money for Maria and Joseph Garcia, respected elders who are in danger of losing their home to foreclosure.

Exodus of Migrants?

Frontera NorteSur, News Report, Staff, Dec 04, 2008

As the economic crisis deepened this year, reports from Mexican border cities appeared to confirm predictions of a mass exodus of migrants from the United States.

Editorial: Violence Pushes Mexico Toward Militarization

La Opinin, Editorial, Staff, Dec 03, 2008

Editors of La Opinin examine Mexico's move to deploy soldiers on the streets of Tijuana.

Violence, Rights Violations Soar in Tijuana

Frontera NorteSur, News Report, Staff, Dec 01, 2008

Tijuana is joining Ciudad Juarez as one of the most violent and dangerous places in Mexico.

Napolitano: Controversial Figure, Positive Change

La Opinin, Editorial, Staff, Nov 25, 2008

An editorial in La Opinin calls Arizona Governor Janet Napolitano a controversial figure on both sides of the immigration debate.

A Border Press Emergency

Frontera NorteSur, News Report, Staff, Nov 18, 2008

Ciudad Juarez journalists have reported getting death threats, and last week El Diario de Juarez reporter Armando Rodriguez was killed.

Comeback Dad

The Comeback Dad

New America Media, Video Report Video, Cliff Parker, Oct 15, 2008

The Aranzas in Texas are trying to hold their family together under the threat of deportation. A profile of a family on the US/Mexico border. With support from the Marguerite Casey Foundation, NAM reporters have been traveling the country, spending time with America's families and documenting their concerns.

On the Trail of the Disappeared

impreMedia, News Report, Jorge Morales Almada, Translated by Elena Shore, Oct 14, 2008

A search group is traveling though Mexico in an effort to locate some 700 missing Honduran migrants.

The Closing of the American Border

New America Media, Q&A with Edward Alden, Sandip Roy, Oct 12, 2008

Today it is much harder for a terrorist to enter the United States than it used to be, but according to Edward Alden, it's also much harder for everyone else. New America Media editor Sandip Roy spoke with Alden, author of "The Closing of the American Border: Terrorism, Immigration and Security Since 9/11."

News > The Border > 5 > 6 > 7 > 8 > 9 > 10 > 11 > 12 > 13






Advertisement