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Crosses erected in Ciudad Juarez for the more than 600 women, mostly poor factory workers, who have been raped, tortured and murdered in the city since 1993.

Widow of murdered man killed at his funeral service by Molotov cocktail wielding gang in attack which also injured eight CHILDREN

A woman prays in front of crosses in Ciudad Juarez, Chihuahua state, Mexico, known as 'The Murder Capital of the World'

A FORMER JANITOR COLLECTS AND PHOTOGRAPHS THE ITEMS SEIZED FROM IMMIGRANTS AND THROWN AWAY BY U.S. CUSTOMS AND BORDER PATROL

an anthropologist named Jason De León collects what is discarded by those who make it into the US. Many of these items have been exhibited at the University of Michigan, where De León is the director of the Undocumented Migration Project.

click the picture to be directed to an article that chronicles the murder of Rubi, a 16 year old female who failed to come home one night -- months later her body was found in charred pieces

"Wall of Hope" artwork at Hostos Community College

Artist Hatuey Ramos-Fermin with bricks originally sent to Congress to support the building of a wall along the Mexican border now transformed into pro-immigration art installation at Hostos Community College.