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Mexico’s government claims illegal migration to the U.S. has dropped
Mexico’s Foreign Minister said the number of migrants returned to Mexico to await the outcome of U.S. immigration cases has fallen significantly, although activists said large numbers of people remain in the program
No way out: Central American migrants are increasingly exposed to extreme violence in Mexico
According to Doctors Without Borders, Central American migrants are being kidnapped, raped and trafficked in Mexico as they seek to enter the United States
The American Dirt controversy highlights diversity issues in the book industry
In a predominantly white industry, Jeanine Cummins' American Dirt is putting pressure on publishers to address diversity issues
American Dirt draws attention to authentic Chicano and Latinx literature
When Oprah Winfrey endorsed the novel American Dirt for her book club last month, many Latinxs took to social media to criticize the novel by Jeanine Cummins for its stereotypes
Porfirio Muñoz  criticizes the treatment of immigrants
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Mexico City’s art week has become a cultural referent in Latin America and the world
One migrant dead and 81 injured in road accident in southern Mexico
It is still unclear if the migrants were forced into the truck by smugglers
Mexico detains 800 Central American migrants
Mexico is under intense pressure from U.S. President Donald Trump to contain mass movements of migrants who have been crossing through Mexico on their way to the U.S. border
Mexico deports hundreds of Central American migrants
On Monday, Mexican security forces fired tear gas at the migrants who tried to cross into Mexico illegally
Mexico’s National Guard stops Central American immigrants from entering the country
Yesterday, hundreds of immigrants tried to cross the border between Mexico and Guatemala through the Suchiate river