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Vol. CLIV, Issue 8
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Recontextualizing images of violence

Nana Kumagai, Columnist October 7, 2021

On Monday, Sept. 20, the White House criticized border patrol after images of police chasing Haitian immigrants circulated online. For the past several weeks, all the way until the end of September, thousands...

Life, Death at U.S.-Mexico Border

Life, Death at U.S.-Mexico Border

Julia Stone August 29, 2013
Julia Stone and Sean McNulty detail their two-week trip to the U.S.-Mexico border, learning about the political, economic, environmental and social issues involving the Southwestern border region.

No More Deaths tackles injustice along U.S.-Mexico border

September 8, 2011
The federally condoned violence along the U.S./Mexico border is another chapter in the United States' abuse and exploitation of a refugee population and a disempowered racial group. Those who suffer most have the least resources and political power.
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