Workers Fired At Mexico Plant Stake Their Ground On Union Rights
Her husband kicked her out for defying management and she spends her days in a makeshift tent outside the gates of the Kentucky-based Lexmark plant, but even on Christmas, Maria Duran is resolute: “I want to defend our rights. I will continue."
Meet One Of The Most Badass Reporters In Mexico
Despite the murder of dozens of journalists and constant intimidation from the police and drug cartels, Ciudad Juarez's reporters aren't backing down. "We don’t have time to put on a hero’s T-shirt. We have to do our work each and every day … and help our community overcome this," Martin Orquiz says.
The Deported: Life On The Wrong Side Of The Border For Repatriated Mexicans
For Mexicans in the U.S. sent "home" thanks to increased enforcement of American immigration laws, the country they're returning to is far more dangerous than the one they initially escaped. They wind up in border towns like Tijuana, Nogales, and Juárez, separated from their families, with no money, no identity, and nowhere to go.