Articles tagged: Ciudad Juarez
In November, a massive public art project lit up the sky over El Paso and Juárez, prompting conversations both funny and serious, political and personal.
I met Argeenis, a 23-year-old drag queen from Ciudad Juárez, on my fifth day of documenting El Paso’s Border Tuner art project. The multimedia installation b...Read More
While waiting for a chance to seek asylum, people found ways to carry on with daily life while hoping their luck would change.
‘Life is a Fight’: Scenes from a Migrant Tent Camp in Juárez While waiting for a chance to seek asylum, people found ways to carry on with daily life while...Read More
A massive public art project lit up the sky over El Paso and Juárez this month, prompting conversations both funny and serious, political and personal.
Rafael Lozano-Hemmer hates searchlights. They evoke surveillance and fear, and in the El Paso-Juárez borderlands, where his most recent artwork debuted this mo...Read More
Shallow Waters Shallow Waters is a nine-part series on border water and climate change. Part 8 El Paso is on the Cutting Edge of Water Conservation. It Really H...Read More
Oscar J. Martínez’s new book pushes back against the historical amnesia, toxic politics and stereotyping that have shrouded the city for decades.
A visit to Ciudad Juárez this spring quickly revealed the swirling contradictions in this turbulent city across the Rio Grande from El Paso. I saw crowded rest...Read More
Fernando Garcia, executive director of BNHR, said that the pope’s visit would serve as a moment of reflection for those fighting for immigration reform. He al...Read More
A vocal group of American critics claims that Juarez is not a place of disproportionate violence against women. Here’s why they’re wrong.
While Molloy, Powell and other critics may not consider femicide to be real or important compared to their preferred research on drug violence and global capita...Read More