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México City march demands justice for students
Over 15,000 students, workers, feminists, victims and citizens protested the deaths and disappearances of 49 young men in Iguala.

México City march demands justice for students
“Take this.” Doña María passes the color photo of one her four missing sons to a young woman standing beside her and takes a life-size silhouette of a missing student into her hands. “They are all our sons,” she explains. As do so many mothers and fathers throughout México, she knows the pain of losing a child. Multiply that pain by 49 – six dead and 43 forcibly disappeared in Iguala – and you have a sense of the mood at the march of some 15,000 students, workers, feminists, victims and ...

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Aspects of climate change are unquestionable

Aspects of climate change are unquestionable
camara Out of the thousands of signs carried by the 400,000 participants in the People´s Climate March in New York City recently, there were two that really stayed with me. One read: “Mother Earth is not a merchandise,” and the other: “End environmental racism!” Both define well the Latino community’s ...
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camara In a recent interview, noted author and essayist Richard Rodríguez shared his views on the American dream with Sandy Close, Executive Director, New America Media. He says we are now living two American Dreams: the one "transformative," gaudy even, the other "diminished" and "less ambitious." ...
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