Cross-Border Resources for Scholars, Teachers, Students and the Public

January 31, 2013

Frontera NorteSur now has our 2012 publications available in an easy-to-use package.  By simply going to FNS’ home page, try   readers can click on  2012  Roundup and then scroll down month-by-month for last year’s articles and radio documentaries.  In keeping with FNS’  20-year tradition,  readers will find original features, news capsules of the Mexican press,  analysis  and exclusive interviews on the cross-border issues of our time.
Our stories covered human rights,  security, immigration, labor, economics,  politics, culture, and the environment.  Special coverage was devoted to the crisis in Ciudad Juarez, the 2012 Mexican and U.S.  elections,  the Mexican youth uprising,  controversies in the New Mexico border town of Sunland Park,  the U.S.  leg of the Caravan for Peace and Justice,  Colorado River and Rio Grande water issues, and New Mexico history, among other topics.

The website can be accessed at:  http://frontera.nmsu.edu/

Readers are encouraged to pass this information along to their lists,  classrooms,  professional associations and other contacts.  And as always,  new readers can get the news “hot off the press”  by signing up for a free subscription at the address listed below.

Frontera NorteSur: on-line, U.S.-Mexico border news
Center for Latin American and Border Studies
New Mexico State University
Las Cruces, New Mexico

For a free electronic subscription
email:fnsnews@nmsu.edu

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