My family emigrated from Mexico when I was young. Now an American citizen, I went to the 2014 Border Security Expo in Phoenix, where the newest military technology meant to target people like us is part of a booming industry.
Existen diversas alternativas para brindarle apoyo a las personas de tu comunidad.
An explosive investigative report out of Mexico says federal authorities were involved in the disappearance and killing of 43 students, which contradicts Mexican government claims that they were unaware of what happened.
La guía definitiva de regalos 100% talento mexicano. Para tu lista navideña.
¡Chiquitibum a la bim bom ba – eyyyy no fue penal!
After the U.S. border crisis this summer, the Mexican government implemented a new plan at its southern border. “We are filling up the southeast with tons of people, crime, corrupt authorities. This will explode.”
Daniel Roark found the ring while scuba-diving in Mexico, and his viral social media campaign to return it to the mystery owners has proved successful. h/t Boston Globe.
A forensic expert said the charred remains found near a garbage dump belong to one of the students who disappeared in September.
The art of photography is an amazing tool used by journalists all over the world. Some images they create can make you laugh, cry, or enter a state of awe. Others are just aesthetically beautiful and pleasing to the eye. These are some of the most amazing images from this week created by hardworking photographers all over the globe.
On Tuesday, two Ayotzinapa students took part in a livestream broadcast from Mexico and recalled surviving an attack in Iguala, Guerrero, that resulted in the disappearance of 43 students on that Sept. 26. Here’s what they said.
El cantante se justificó del error sobre el ex presidente diciendo: “Yo soy cantante, acuérdate, es muy difícil. Los cantantes andamos en las canciones”. Y luego le mandó un abrazo a su abuelita.
The #USTired2 campaign is holding demonstrations in 43 U.S. cities calling for an end to financial aid to the Mexican government because of alleged human rights abuses by security forces there.
The Mexican people demand justice for 43 missing students.
11 headless bodies were found in Guerrero State, the same place where corrupt police abducted 43 students in September. President Enrique Peña Nieto promised to overhaul Mexican law-enforcement.
“We are all Ayotzinapa,” said René “Residente” Pérez Joglar, wearing a shirt that read “Ayotzinapa is missing 43.” The statement comes on the heels of a wave of protests in Mexico and around the world.
A massive crowd took over Mexico City’s main square, while others showed their support in cities around the U.S. and Latin America. #AyotzinapaSomosTodos
Televisa les manda a decir que envíen su Currículo, que ellos le llamaran.
It’s all about the money!
The former mayor of Iguala, Jose Luis Abarca, has been charged with the aggravated murder of six people, as well as the attempted murder of others.
Seriously, though… those last ten minutes of Selena… ::sniff::
Some of the thousands of Central American children trying to get to the United States are seeking a love and acceptance they can’t get at home.
Mexicans around the globe are mobilizing to put pressure on the Mexican government to find the 43 students from Guerrero who have been missing since September 26. Activists blame the government for what they call its complicity with drug violence.
Artists use the holiday to highlight national ills. John Stanton reports from Mexico City for BuzzFeed News.
A judge in Tijuana ordered officials to release Andrew Tahmooressi from jail. Tahmooressi was imprisoned after he crossed into Mexico on March 31.
“We want them to find our schoolmates,” said Raymundo, a spokesman for a group of 95 students who occupied a subway station that services of one the city’s largest markets. John Stanton reports for BuzzFeed News from Mexico City.
The Republican lawmakers told BuzzFeed News terrorists are infiltrating the U.S. from the southern border, even as Homeland Security officials deny those claims.
These lunches are cool enough for school.
Staff at a detention center in Karnes City, Texas, traded sex with immigrant women for money and promises for help, according to a complaint filed Thursday.