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Author: David Cordova

Mexico: Thousands March One Year After Disappearance Of 43 Students – Photo Document

MEXICO CITY — Thousands of people took to the streets Saturday to mark the anniversary of the disappearance of 43 students from Ayotzinapa, Guerrero in a case involving…

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Cairo’s Walls Of Freedom Demolished – Photo Document

Mohamed Mahmoud street, one of the most iconic locations of modern Egyptian history, famous for its walls graffitied by artists who gave color to the Revolution of 2011, is now being demolishing…

Indignation In Mexico Over Killing Of Photojournalist 

PUEBLA, México — A Mexican news photographer was among five people found dead in the middle-class neighborhood of Narvarte, Mexico City, July 31. Rubén Espinosa, former member of Proceso and collaborator with…

Mexican Day Of The Dead On Janitzio Island – Photo Document

JANITZIO, Mexico — Hundreds of candles flickering, the smell of Cempasúchil flowers freshly collected and an ethereal mist fill the cemetery as Mexicans honor their deceased loved ones during the Day…

Mexico’s southern border: An inside look at Central American immigrants in Mexico

Photo reportage by David Cordova.  Mexico is in a deep human rights crisis as a result of its continuing mistreatment of Central American immigrants. The government has started…

Wixarika Holy Week – Photojournal by David Cordova

For centuries the Wixarika people have occupied the lands of Western Mexico. This indigenous group, directly related to the Yuto-Azteca tribes, has lived an independent life away from the…

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