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    Podcast: Why Have Hundreds Of Women Vanished From This One City?

    “These women who worked in the factories in Juarez, many of whom had migrated from elsewhere in Mexico for the promise of work, were being murdered and dumped in the desert with absolute impunity, within sight of the US.”

    Monica Ortiz Uribe, Oz Woloshyn

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    On today's episode of News O'Clock, we discuss:

    1. Rep. Louie Gohmert of Texas tested positive for COVID-19 but still thinks masks should be optional.

    2. The feds are leaving Portland...eventually...and moving on to other US cities.

    3. Despite a Supreme Court ruling, the Trump administration says it’s not putting DACA fully back into place.

    4. TV shows are starting to film again around the country — well, reality and game shows, at least.

    5. After years of outcry, Netflix announced today that a bunch of classic shows featuring Black casts are coming in the next few months.

    And the hosts of the podcast Forgotten: The Women of Juarez, Monica Ortiz Uribe and Oz Woloshyn, join us to talk about the stories they’ve uncovered while digging into why hundreds of women have disappeared from the Mexican city since the early ’90s.


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