Six Women Die Daily as Murders of Mexican Women Reach Pandemic Levels 

Since 1993, hundreds of Mexican women have gone missing in the border town of Ciudad Juárez, in murders that have gone unsolved and largely ignored by the municipal government. But a new report from Al-Jazeera says that the Juárez murders are just one part of a worsening pattern of violence against women in Mexico,… » 1/05/15 11:10am 1/05/15 11:10am

Juarez Rape-Avenging Vigilante Calls Herself 'Diana the Hunter'

A woman calling herself "Diana the Hunter" is claiming responsibility for the deaths of two male bus drivers in northern Mexico. According to messages she's sent to the media, all that murder isn't for naught— it's to avenge the rape and murders of hundreds of women in Ciudad Juarez. » 9/04/13 1:10pm 9/04/13 1:10pm

Women's Advocate Murdered In Juarez

Susana Chavez, a poet and advocate for Juarez's murdered women who led protests against government inaction, has herself been murdered. Her body was found last week; her death is not believed to be related to her activism. » 1/12/11 5:30pm 1/12/11 5:30pm

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New Film Takes A Careful Look At Immigration

Ilegales is a stunning indie film about immigration, and the ways in which we need each other. It follows five main characters from Ciudad Juárez who are each to varying degrees associated with the cross-border exchange of goods and labor. » 8/06/10 6:00pm 8/06/10 6:00pm

Emily Blunt Politely Declines The Photoshop, Thanks

Artist Memorializes Mexico's Murdered Women

Disturbed by the unexplained disappearance of hundreds of women from Juarez, artist Andrea Arroyo has created a series of chalk drawings on black paper that she explains is both a "tribute to these women and to celebrate their lives." » 8/18/09 12:30pm 8/18/09 12:30pm