In Ambos Nogales the narco-violence prevalent in most U.S. – Mexican border cities is less; the lower level of violence is a direct result of the community connection that existed before and since the “Battle of Ambos Nogales” on Tuesday, August 27, 1918.
Author George Thomson
Any life is expendable for the protection of the empire’s wall
US Border Patrol uses Bullets against Rocks – Again
I saw them, the ghosts, or so I thought, and my illusion resulted in a new fantasma “living” on this highway. What I realized later, is that he, my fantasma, was just another victim of the American drug war on Mexico at the border.
Spending two hours at the school to see the challenges faced by rural schools in Mexico opened my eyes to reflect on my own teaching experience. What I saw was that education as the great equalizer is often unequal in the resources available to a school, but poor schools often equal equal academic success.
NOGALES, Ariz. — I remember what it was like all the days when I was ten,…
A classic double standard is projected by the apparent conflict on the U.S.-Mexico border between the value of the life of a Mexican as compared to the value of the life of a U.S. citizen.
NOGALES, Ariz. — U.S. citizens can be deported, so says the law, if their non-citizen…
In an historic showing of political power, as many as 100,000 persons marched through central Phoenix on Saturday May 29th.
Padre Nacho was a long-time icon in Nogales, Sonora and man of great work. Twenty-five years ago he was assassinated. Does the way he was killed say something about his life?
The freedom of expression always brings deeper meaning to equal protection and can erase hegemony by racist legalism.