• December 3, 2020

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Op-Ed: Paychecks or Humanity?

I cross the international border between Cd. Juarez, Mexico and El Paso, Texas about 4 times a week. I am amongst the thousands of transnational fronterizxs that live their life crossing the frontera as part of their weekly routine. I cross over there easily to enjoy what I call the homeland. My veins bleed proud […]Read More

Op-Ed: A Dispatch from the Most Dangerous City in America

It’s just past 8 p.m. in the Desert Southwest.  A drab, uneven rain falls across El Paso County, the Franklin Mountains wear a fedora of low-hanging clouds; the Star dimly shines through the February mist. It’s the perfect scene, in a deadly city, for another murder. Hundreds of thousands of victims, mowed down in a […]Read More