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Mexicali.- With the aim of preventing social and gender violence within the framework of the SAFE CITIES FOR WOMEN program, this morning the non-profit association “Diverse People” had the ribbon cutting of the first mural under this concept: “Without Violence”, in Mexicali. Mural elaborated by the recognized Cachanilla plastic artist …

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Migrants in the United States, the opportunity for Mexico

By: Víctor Hermosillo, Senator in México Young people in Mexico are struggling every day to enter college, unfortunately thousands do not find the opportunity to start because they do not have economic capacity to access or because places in public universities are overtaken by demand; however, of those who manage …

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Every day relations and everything that surrounds us being these people, duties or personal belongings act upon our thoughts, feelings and emotions. These possessions affect our emotional state. Put on a scale whatever surrounds us and weigh it, contemplate it and see  if this makes us happy, if this permits …

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Made in Mexicali

By: Marco Vinicio Blanco, Journalist Talking about Mexicali is talking about a mosaic of opportunities, cultural nuances, geniuses and proposals. Our land, the cradle of the Cachanilla, the Chinese food, the embracing sun and the Mexicali Rose, has seen this year an unprecedented movement that awakened the social conscience of …

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Gun Control

By: Terry Ahtziry Cardenas Banda, attorney and former professor. Each year around 526,000 people die from armed violence, not counting all those who are seriously injured by the use of weapons or explosives, according to The Small Arms Survey. According to the organization around the world, 875 million firearms are …

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