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Documentary “Train to Nowhere” relives the harrowing last journey of 11 undocumented immigrants

LatinaLista — Before we had daily reports of indiscriminate murders of undocumented Central American immigrants committed by Mexican drug carteles, Americans weren’t so accustomed to hearing about mass deaths of undocumented immigrants. The first such report that brought this issue “home” was in 2002 when 11 bodies were found at the bottom of a railroad

Bolivian female legislator among highlights in new Women’s Empowerment Initiative film series

LatinaLista — As women make more inroads in the political system of this country and are changing their communities for the better, it’s clear women are becoming more empowered to make a difference — all over the world. Individual stories of what women are doing to make a difference in the lives of not only

ACLU launches multimedia Arizona travel alert campaign

LatinaLista — Unfortunately, travel alerts have become all too common when it comes to traveling outside the United States. But inside the country? For immigrant and Latino travelers who just have to see the Grand Canyon or visit a spa in Sedona, the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) and 32 of its affiliates across the

International Museum of Women creates online exhibits celebrating women year-round

LatinaLista — In 1997, the International Museum of Women (IMOW) was founded on the premise that it would be a museum that inspired visitors with “powerful ideas” and “new ways of thinking that transform women’s lives and the world.” Since then, the museum has hosted a number of exhibits that fulfilled that mission. Yet, as