Browsing: El Paso

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Many Juarenses leave much of their family behind in Mexico to start a new life in El Paso, but some such as UTEP art student Luis Porras, who endures a difficult daily commute to school, says he can never really settle in either city.

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Opponents of the Border Wall insist the infrastructure will do little to alleviate border problems. In fact, challengers contend that the Wall’s measures are counteractive, serving as a racist symbol and gauging tax payers while destroying precious El Paso land.

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Looking at the faces of these “regulars” almost sums up the feeling one might get when visiting the dowtown area. One knows that their visits are frequent and prolonged and that on any given day they can find them there, passing the time and living their lives unannounced and undetered. By most standards, one would say that their life is comfortable and often monotonous, but to them, their life is golden.

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