“Formal Work in Mexico Doesn’t Pay”: An Interview with Journalist Sandra Rodríguez Nieto

Journalist Sandra Rodríguez Nieto is one of Mexico’s most respected investigative reporters. Her 2012 book, The Story of Vicente, Who Murdered His Mother, His Father, and His Sister: Life and Death in Juárez (Verso), is a detailed study of the Continue reading

IMPUNITY AND JOURNALIST KILLING IN MEXICO: Four Years On and No Advance in Investigation of Murdered DIARIO Photojournalist – by Gabriela Minjáres and Luz del Carmen Sosa (EL DIARIO)

This article was published on 15 September 2014.   Four years on and the investigation of the murder of Luis Carlos Santiago Orozco, El Diario photojournalist, has still not produced any results. “The truth is that there is not much Continue reading

Migration in Mexico: #Juarochos / Foreigners in their Own Country – by Rodrigo Soberanes (DIARIO19.COM)

This article was published on 10 July 2014.   The opening of seafood restaurants in Ciudad Juárez, Chihuahua in the early 2000s heralded the formation of a thousands-strong community of Veracruzanos in that border city. Then came the sale of Continue reading