November, 2019

  • 14 November

    Governor Ducey and Sen. McSally Talk Safety After Mexico Events

    The murders and the recent discovery of dozens of bodies in Mexico have some Arizonans worried to travel across the border. Now Governor Doug Ducey and Senator Martha McSally are weighing in on the events. Whether it’s traveling to Rocky Point or through the state of Sonora, the dangers of …

  • 1 November

    Joint actions to face the return of migrants

    By: Gladys Villalobos, reporter – Orientation to parents about the national education system, needs – Generate a Public Policy according to current needs, commitment Mexico City.- “The current immigration crisis in our country generated by Mexicans deported from the United States also impacts the education sector”, said María del Carmen …

October, 2019

  • 28 October

    The IME Organizes Binational Conference for Hispanic Journalists

    Mexico City.- The Institute for Mexicans Abroad (IME) organized a binational session for Spanish-speaking media outlets from the United States in Mexico City on October 14-15 to raise their awareness about Mexico. The conference was well-received by a large number of high-profile journalists from a wide range of media outlets …

  • 22 October

    Calexico and Mexicali Officials Meet to Renew their Friendship

    -Editorial A new chapter in the Calexico-Mexicali relationship began today as Calexico Mayor Bill Hodge and Mexicali Mayor Marina Del Pilar discussed the upcoming working plans for both cities. For more than 100 years, Calexico and Mexicali have grown together and had strong commercial and family ties that run deep …

  • 18 October

    Binational Meeting Seeks Solutions for Environmental Problems

    -Editorial Strategizing how to face the challenges the border community faces Assemblymember Eduardo Garcia and Baja California Senator Alejandra del Carmen Leon Gastelum hosted their 2nd Binational Roundtable Discussion on Air Quality and the New River. The committee met at the John Steppling Art Gallery at the SDSU Campus in …

  • 12 October

    International Cooperation

    By: Terry Ahtziry Cardenas Banda, attorney, and former professor. In these times great political, social, legal, environmental, and cultural changes are happening around the world. Different countries have achieved important changes, such as the recognition of rights for women, human rights recognitions, migratory advances, scientific advances, among others. Mexico lives …

  • 12 October

    Why globalism (and regionalism) will triumph over nationalism

    By: Mario Beltrán Mainero Consul for Community and Political Affairs at the Consulate of Mexico in Calexico In recent years a nationalist wave has hit every corner of the Earth. Different leaders in Europe, the Americas, and other places have won elections on a nationalistic, anti-foreigner platform. Claiming that it …

  • 4 October

    Governor Newsom Asked to Support Creation of California-Mexico Affairs Commission

    -Editorial As the creation of a California-Mexico Commission is waiting for the signature of approval by the California governor, a group of leaders is urging him to support this initiative. In a letter signed by 19 California leaders from media directors, elected officials, chambers of commerce, and university representatives are …

  • 2 October

    Mexican Consulate in Calexico Inaugurates Binational Health Week

    By: Mario Conde, Reporter Like every year, the Mexican Consulate in Calexico inaugurated its annual health week where several organizations in the Imperial Valley join forces on both sides of the border. Consul General Tonathiu Romero welcomed everyone to the opening ceremony held at Pioneers Memorial Hospital in Brawley, California. …

September, 2019