Friday, 18 April 2014

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A Mexican Immigrant Artist Gives Back

A Mexican Immigrant Artist Gives Back

Mexican artist Gabino Abraham Castelán, who came to New York when he was 14, is teaching art to undocumented children, Diario de Mexico reports.

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Ghost Houses, Home to No One

Ghost Houses, Home to No One

In Mexico, a luxurious house sits empty while its owner toils in the Bronx.

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Local Mexican-American Activist Seeks to Represent District 51

Local Mexican-American Activist Seeks to Represent District 51

Mexican American Ceasar Zúñiga wants to improve the lives of immigrants in the Brooklyn district, reports Diario de Mexico.

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Treasures Lost to Immigration: Young People, Old Skills

Treasures Lost to Immigration: Young People, Old Skills

San Antonio Texcala, Mexico, has become a ghost town after the collapse of its onyx industry.

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Purveying Korean-Mexican Fusion Food

Purveying Korean-Mexican Fusion Food

A Columbia University grad dreamed up the hot food fad, reports The Korea Times.

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Quiet NJ Town at Center of Human-Smuggling Ring

Quiet NJ Town at Center of Human-Smuggling Ring

Route used by Mexican coyotes to bring people illegally into the U.S. includes a stop in Dover.

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East Harlem Explosion Leaves Mixed Aftermath for Mexicans

East Harlem Explosion Leaves Mixed Aftermath for Mexicans

Businesses and customers are returning to the neighborhood's "Little Mexico," but for some residents, gas problems persist with little in the way of help, reports Diario de Mexico.

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Puebla to the Bronx: Three Decades of Exodus

Puebla to the Bronx: Three Decades of Exodus

Migration from Zapotitlán Salinas has transformed the Mexican region, leaving elderly people and children wandering empty streets.

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A Young Poblana Leads other Mexicans in NJ

A Young Poblana Leads other Mexicans in NJ

The young poblana Stephanie Bello is already busy organizing volunteers in her adoptive hometown of Passaic, N.J., reports Diario de Mexico.

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Mexican Lawyer Leads NJ Importer

Mexican Lawyer Leads NJ Importer

Lilia Ríos, a lawyer from Mexico who runs merchandise importer La Providencia, gives back to the community and is considering entering local politics in NJ, Diario de Mexico reports.

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Masked Wrestlers Practice ‘Lucha Libre’ in the Bronx

Masked Wrestlers Practice ‘Lucha Libre’ in the Bronx

Aficionados of Mexican freestyle wrestling known as "lucha libre" follow their passion.

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