A Grandmother Stronger Than the U.S.-Mexico Border Wall

Photo of Taide Elena holding up a picture of her grandson Jose Antonio Elena Rodriguez

NORTH AMERICAN CONGRESS ON LATIN AMERICA On April 10, 2013, hundreds of people gathered on both sides of the U.S.-Mexico boundary, uniting at the wall which divides Nogales, Sonora and Nogales, Arizona. The occasion was a binational vigil and protest on the six-month anniversary of the killing of 16-year-old José Antonio Elena Rodriguez, gunned down …

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