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EPCC professor Patrick Timmons spoke to students, professors and community members about journalism in Mexico.

War on journalism in Mexico–a war on human rights

Julio Cesar Chavez, Staff Reporter November 17, 2015

Dozens of UTEP students, staff and borderland residents gathered to listen to EPCC professor Patrick Timmons speak on Friday, Nov. 13 at UTEP’s Liberal Arts Building. Timmons was on hand to speak about human rights and the situation journalists currently...

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One year later, Ayotzinapa is not forgotten

Maria Esquinca, Managing Editor September 25, 2015

Huddled around the marble steps of the Mexican Consulate, 30 protestors wait for the Consul General of Mexico to respond to disappearance of the 43 Ayotzinapa students who went missing on Sept. 26. The protestors, composed of UTEP students and...

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Human rights activist and lawyer, Gustavo de la Rosa, says Wednesday that the organizing of the citizenry, not politicians, is bringing down murder rates and violations of human rights in Ciudad Juárez. He spoke at the Inter-American Dialogue event on the state of human rights in the city.

New administration, new hope for human rights in Juárez

Andres Rodriguez, Scripps Howard Foundation Wire Reporter October 9, 2013

WASHINGTON – A member of the Security and Justice Board in Ciudad Juárez, Mexico said Wednesday that mayor-elect Enrique Serrano has sought admittance into the board. This would be a first for the mayor’s administration, Gustavo de la Rosa, an...

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