Wednesday, June 26



Second-year political science and Chicana and Chicano studies student Soraya Ramos (left) and third-year history and Chicana and Chicano studies student Monica Hernandez both have connections to the Mexican regions known for drug-related violence and view the area differently than is portrayed by the mainstream media.

Drug-related violence overshadows life in Mexican border towns

Looking down from the hilltop of her family's San Diego home, Monica Hernandez can see the sweep of the Tijuana skyline. Read more...

Photo: Second-year political science and Chicana and Chicano studies student Soraya Ramos (left) and third-year history and Chicana and Chicano studies student Monica Hernandez both have connections to the Mexican regions known for drug-related violence and view the area differently than is portrayed by the mainstream media.

Second-year political science and Chicana and Chicano studies student Soraya Ramos (left) and third-year history and Chicana and Chicano studies student Monica Hernandez both have connections to the Mexican regions known for drug-related violence and view the area differently than is portrayed by the mainstream media.






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